Circulation Desk: 607-735-1862
Research Help Desk: 607-735-1864
IT Help Desk: 607-735-1915
Academic Support: 607-735-1769
Faculty & Instructor Resources
Library Resources for Faculty & Instructors
We have collected a list of Web pages of interest to Higher Education Professionals. It includes grant sources, scholarly societies, higher ed. statistics, and lots more!
To place Reserves for your class, bring the item(s) to the Circulation Desk along with a completed Reserve Form, or submit an electronic form (see below). Reserves will be processed within 24 hours of receiving the completed form. Reserve Forms are available at the Circulation Desk, or can be printed out (below). If you have any questions about Reserves, ask Pam Wheeler (Access Services Coordinator) or Marge Kappanadze (Information Services Librarian), both of whom can be reached at 607-735-1862.
Media and Classroom Technology Reservations
For classroom computer reservations, contact Academic Technology Services at 735-1915. For classroom technology (overhead projectors, slide projectors, video equipment, sound systems, etc.), contact the Information Technology Help Desk, 735-1915.
To reserve a room in the GTL, contact the Circulation Desk at 735-1862. A room schedule for the current term can be viewed at the Circulation Desk.
We can meet with your class and teach your students the best ways to use the library to complete a specific assignment. We can also give general tours or basic library skills workshops. Request a library instruction session using the below form, or call Martha Smith at 735-1866.
Help us help your students. Please send a copy of any assignments that involve library research to the Research Help Desk. Drop it off at the GTL, send it through campus mail, or send it by email.
Ask for help at the Research Help Desk - in person, by e-mail, or by phone (735-1864), or make an appointment to meet with a librarian. We can help you form a search strategy and choose the best electronic and print resources to use for your research. We can also assist with general publishing questions, citation style, and more.
The College has a subscription for Turnitin's plagiarism prevention program. Turnitin prevents and detects plagiarism by comparing submitted papers to billions of pages of content located on the Internet, selected commercial research databases, and the Turnitin proprietary database of papers. An "originality report" is generated for each paper submitted. An instructor can view the originality report and choose whether or not to allow the student to view the report.
Turnitin is integrated into the ANGEL courseware management system. Instructors create a Turnitin Drop Box within their ANGEL course. Students enrolled in the course submit their papers to the Turnitin Drop Box, and the papers are automatically run through the plagiarism program. Detailed instructions are available on ANGEL, in the Library Resources section, in the Plagiarism folder.
If you need more information about plagiarism and how to handle it, contact Martha Smith, Mark Woodhouse, Margaret Kappanadze, or Liz Wavle-Brown for confidential assistance.
Ordering Library Materials
Members of the full time faculty are invited to participate in the collection development activities of the Gannett-Tripp Library by suggesting items for purchase. This includes books, videos, DVDs, audio tapes and CDs suitable for inclusion in the collections.