Welcome to the Library Services for Faculty Page!
Here you will find information and links to services that Erickson Library offers for LSC faculty. As we continue to work and develop this site, we hope to hear from you. In the meantime, please browse the site and let us know if you have any questions.
Erickson Library staff work collaboratively with faculty to integrate the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education into the college curriculum. Instruction sessions are developed around research assignments. Library staff can assist in the development of research assignments for both campus and online courses.
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Instructors may place course materials at the library Circulation Desk for students to access for short term check out. Most loan periods are two-hours. TV and DVD players are available in the small group study rooms. Select group study rooms also have 4 media:scape technology units for collaborative group work. To temporarily house your materials with the library, simply drop off your materials along with this completed form.
Librarians at Lake Superior College are skilled information professionals who can answer your reference questions, assist with complex research and locate curriculum-related resources for you. Stop by the Reference Desk, call 218-733-5912, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to housing thousands of titles recommended for academic libraries, our growing collection consists of course specific, curriculum-driven books, journals and instructional videos. Direct your students to supplementary course reading with a specialized bibliography compiled by our staff.
Resource Guides for Your Courses
Librarians can create customized resource pages for your classes called Resource Guides. Library staff members are available to assist faculty members with the set-up and management of these pages.
Resource Guides for Faculty
Collaboration & Group Work Guide
Databases: Professional Collection & Tutorials
Plagiarism: Resources for Prevention & Detection
The Library provides access to thousands of online educational videos (including clips) to support your curriculum through Films on Demand, a 24/7 streaming media service. Subjects range from humanities & social sciences to business and health to science and careers. Video tutorials show how you can create a persistent link in your D2L courses, share your playlist, and more.