Welcome to the Library Services for Faculty Page!
Here you will find information and links to services that the Harold P. 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.
Streaming Media Presentation (4/22/2011): Recorded copy and related links
CTL Workshops and Links
Plagiarism: Resources for Prevention & Detection: Course Quickstart
Google and Beyond: Course Quickstart / Presentation
YouTube and Beyond: Course Quickstart / Presentation
Databases: Professional Titles & Tutorials: Course Quickstart
Harold P. Erickson Library staff work collaboratively with faculty to integrate Information Literacy Outcomes 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.
**Click HERE to Request Library Instruction**
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. Video and DVD players are available in the small group study rooms. Simply drop off your materials along with this completed form. Reserve materials are located in the catalog under Course Reserves.
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 or email Bridget (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kate (email@example.com).
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.
Faculty can create customized resource pages for their classes using Course Quickstart. Library staff members are available to assist faculty members with the set-up and management of these pages.
Resource developed for CTL training that includes prevention and detection strategies.
- Lake Superior College-Wide Outcomes
- National Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education from the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
- ARCL Standards Toolkit: Search standards for course assignment applications and ideas.
- Understanding Copyright: University of Minnesota copyright site contains information on copyright, teaching, and fair use.
FILMS ON DEMAND
Films on Demand is a streaming media company.
What is Streaming Media? The Library provides access to thousands of educational videos (including clips) to support your curriculum through streaming media. Streaming media is similar to YouTube, except the content comes from authoritative and verified sources. Subjects range from:
Humanities & Social Sciences
Business & Economics
Science & Mathematics
Health & Medicine
Family & Consumer Sciences
Careers & Job Search
Guidance & Counseling
Through the Library’s subscription to Films on Demand, faculty, staff, and students at LSC can take advantage of this web-based digital video delivery system 24/7 HERE.
Credo Reference is an online tool that offers hundreds of reference book titles (in full-text) covering every major subject. Credo also includes topic pages to help you get started on your research or assist students with finding information on their topic. Think Wikipedia but with more substantive content. Click HERE to begin your search!