St. Lawrence College Libraries

Brockville, Cornwall, Kingston

Library Services for Faculty at St. Lawrence College

In addition to Library Services available to all patrons including students and employees, services available to Faculty include:

Online Forms for Faculty Use:

Teaching & Learning Support

We can help you:

  • Use library databases and Google Scholar effectively and efficiently
  • Sign up for alerts to help you stay up-to-date with new research in your field
  • Find materials to support current and new course development
  • Develop library collections to support your course and assignments
  • Create permanent links to articles, eBooks, and online video in Blackboard
  • Access materials not owned by SLC through interlibrary loan

If you are pursuing an advanced degree at another institution, we recommend that you seek help first from your institution’s library services, as their collections will be designed to support your program.

Library Tours & Workshops (Information Literacy)

Online Tutorials - Alternatives to In-Class Sessions

We understand the value of your classroom time. Students develop research skills over time, so consider integrating relevant learning opportunities throughout your course or program. The library provides a variety of online resources and tutorials to supplement your course content. Videos, quizzes, handouts and guides on every step of the research process are available for you to share with your students.

Information Literacy Toolkit for Faculty

SLC Library videos on Youtube provide an orientation or "tour of the library" and how to get started searching the college library. We encourage faculty to share these videos with all students. 

Library Workshops and In-Class Orientation Sessions

Library workshops support teaching and learning by providing students with the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the resources available at SLC, learn about the research process, and develop research and information literacy skills. For writing and citing workshops, contact the Academic Support Centres.

Guidelines (modified for remote learning):

  • In-class visits should be requested at least one week in advance to ensure staff availability. Requests are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis and are dependent on staff availability. In the event we cannot accommodate your request, alternate resources will be offered.
  • In-depth research workshops should be requested as far in advance as possible. Library staff will request a meeting with you to discuss the details of your major assignment(s) and your learning outcomes for the session. 
  • We expect faculty and student attendance during library sessions. The professor's role is to ensure clarity of assignment expectations. 
  • We appreciate your commitment to creating an engaging learning experience for students.

To Book (tricampus):

Support for Faculty Teaching Online

Support for Faculty Teaching Online

Faculty are encouraged to use online library resources and open educational resources in the delivery of online instruction. Many resources, including tutorials and how-to-guides, to help support students' research and study needs are available in the Faculty Information Literacy Toolkit.

Finding Online Course Materials

Classroom Resources for Students

Collection Development/Library Purchases

The library purchases resources to support the college curriculum, as well as general interest and leisure materials. Faculty may send requests for consideration to ldcunningham@sl.on.ca or via the online request form. The library may purchase:

  • Books and eBooks
  • DVD and eVideo (streaming)

Online Resources

We welcome your suggestions for additional online content including databases, ejournals, streaming video, and eBooks. We prefer to subscribe to resources available via our library consortium.

Exceptions

Generally, the library does not add the following items to the collection. Please contact us to find out more.

  • iTunes/Kindle/Netflix content licensed for personal use
  • Print Journals and Magazines
  • Licensed Business Cases (eg. Harvard Business Review cases)
  • Content available through our partnership with Laurentian University

How to use the Learning Portal (for Faculty)