Library Faculty

All Faculty Resources

  • Academic Integrity Tutorials - Interactive, self-guided tutorials for undergraduate and graduate students that encourages students to engage with sources effectively and ethically, and supports the development of the skills needed to avoid plagiarism.
  • Access the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Chronicle of Higher Education, & Browzine - Interactive, self-guided tutorials for undergraduate and graduate students that encourages students to engage with sources effectively and ethically, and supports the development of the skills needed to avoid plagiarism.
  • Connect from Off-Campus - Instructions to access library electronic resources from off-campus, including troubleshooting for the most common issues.
  • Copyright Compliance - Guidance from the Associate University Counsel regarding the use of copyrighted material.
  • Course Reserves - Policies and the request form to have library or personal material placed on course reserve for student use.
  • DigitalCommons@Fairfield - DigitalCommons@Fairfield is an institutional repository offering open access to the collected scholarship and creative works of Fairfield University faculty, students, and staff.
  • Faculty Partnership Program - A Librarian is appointed to each academic department and serves as the primary point of contact for information about Library services, collections, events, and policies. As needed, Librarian Partners will enlist functional specialists within the Library, such as librarians focused on collection development, digital humanities, assessment, and scholarly communication.
  • Faculty Publishing Guide - Includes resources to assist faculty with scholarly publishing, including information on open access, author rights, funding opportunities, and predatory journals.
  • Faculty/Staff Office Delivery Service - A FAQ on the faculty/staff library office delivery service, a service to have library materials delivered to faculty offices across campus.
  • How to Create an Everywhere Link - An everywhere link grants students access to library-subscribed electronic resources, just as if they were on campus, no matter where they are. This page provides instructions on how to create one.
  • Information Literacy Program - The mission, policies, and procedures for information literacy instruction. Also includes a link to the instruction request form.
  • Integrating Library Resources into Blackboard - Describes the default library presence in Blackboard, and ways to integrate eBooks, databases, articles, and streaming video into Blackboard courses.
  • Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery - A direct link to the Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery service.
  • Jesuit Library Passport - The Jesuit Library Passport provides on-site borrowing privileges for faculty at any Jesuit university library in the United States. This page provides information on the service, including policies and procedures.
  • Library Events - A calendar listing upcoming library events for students, faculty, and staff.
  • Library Hours - A calendar view of library hours, including both building hours and when research assistance is available.
  • My Account (Renew Materials Online) - A direct link to Alma, which can be logged into using a valid NetID. My Account can be used to view current loans, holds, and requests, fines and fees, and renew items.
  • Recommend a Purchase for the Library - A form that can be used to submit requests for books, journals, databases, and other library resources. Purchase recommendations will be evaluated in terms of their appropriateness to the instructional program and the funds available.
  • Research Tutorials - Online tutorials that cover the fundamentals of research and using the library website. These tutorials can be integrated into Blackboard and course guides.
  • Schedule an Instruction Consult - A direct link to the form that can be used to request library instruction. Instruction is available online and in-person, synchronously or asynchronously.