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Adjuncts

Greetings adjunct faculty! As members of the University, you can make full use of the resources described here.

Each school has procedures for getting your account created:

School of Business and College of Arts & Science adjuncts should bring your signed contract or faculty ID card to the library to have your account created.

School of Education adjuncts should contact library Administrative Assistant Debbie Alban.

Use library resources in Moodle

Your students are one mouse click away from librarian expertise and relevant resources!

As of Fall 2015, all Moodle courses include this library block, listing the contact information for your course's librarian and a link to the relevant subject guide.

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Request Library Instruction

What do your students need to know?

Students often don't realize that librarians can help them develop research skills, or are hesitant to ask when they need help. Even students who have visited the library or conducted research before can still improve their skills and learn new strategies.

Our librarians teach in-class sessions, schedule one-on-one research appointments, and create online research guides to connect students with needed skills and resources. We aim to be approachable and knowledgeable guides for your students, helping to make a vast information landscape more manageable.

What do you need to know?

Instruction at Armacost Library is based on our teaching philosophy and information literacy competencies. We will work with you to design instruction sessions that support your assignments and learning goals.

Contact your librarian to schedule an instruction session.

Want to see some examples?

We recognize exceptional faculty-librarian instruction collaborations through the annual IL Faculty Showcase, and exemplary student research through the Armacost Library Undergraduate Research Award (ALURA). View award-winning submissions here.

 

Place Readings on Reserve

You can provide equitable access to assigned readings by placing them on physical or electronic course reserves for the duration of one academic term. To access the course reserves form and instructions, visit Course Reserves: Faculty Resources.

Cultivate Your Students' Scholarship

ALURA

Recognize your students' outstanding work by recommending them for the Armacost Library Undergraduate Research Award (ALURA),  given annually to an undergraduate researcher.

Capstone Scholarship

The Armacost Library accepts culminating student projects, including Honors Papers, Masters Theses, and Doctoral Dissertations for addition to our collection. 

Scholarship is also shared through the Institutional Scholarly Publication and Information Repository at InSPIRe@Redlands.

Browse the Hunsaker Teaching Collection

The Hunsaker Teaching Room is located on the second floor of Armacost Library and open during regular library hours.

The Virginia C. Hunsaker endowment supports a full series of events each semester. Faculty from across the University come together to discuss pedagogical issues at lunches, dinners and workshops -- many held here in Armacost Library!

Contact Karen Derris, Hunsaker Teaching Chair, at (909) 748-8680 for more information about the Hunsaker Teaching Programs.

Find information in the Armacost Library

Use the Armacost Library catalog to find ebooks, physical journals, videos, music and more.

Use article databases to find journal and newspaper articles, data sets, images and more.

View course reserve reading lists.

Use Your Library Account

  • Place & view holds
  • Recall a checked out book
  • Renew books
  • Save reading lists
  • Save searches
  • Suggest items for purchase
  • View fees & fines owed
  • View items you've checked out

Go Beyond Armacost

Can't find what you need at Armacost Library? Our regional and national library networks are sure to have what you're looking for!

Here's how to get started:

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