Don't have time to attend a Flex session on the new library platform? Take a look at the Google Slides deck (with speaker notes) used for the Zoom sessions by Sandra Pesce. Just 11 slides-- click on the image below to check them out!
The Course Reserves is a special collection comprised of materials assigned by instructors. Reserve materials may include supplemental class readings, photocopied articles, videos and audio files, and sample tests. Instructors need to provide material for reserves, or if it is already available in the Library collection, it can pulled and placed on reserve.
Please note that processing may take several days from when you drop off materials until the material is available for students.
The Library has two different Reserve collections:
Faculty in all disciplines are encouraged to schedule a research session for their classes. These 90 minute +/- sessions cover the basics of research and include librarian-directed hands-on experience. Peer reviewed research has shown that attendance in these sessions 3-5 times has a positive impact on grades. With the input of the classroom faculty, each session is tailored to best fit the class assignments. The Library's classroom is located on the main level of the Learning Resource Center, Room R209.
To schedule a research session, please fill out and submit an Instruction Request form for each class at least two weeks in advance. Feel free to send it via email to email@example.com or drop it off in person at the Information Desk in the LRC.
Instructors (not substitutes) must accompany their classes to the orientation. Please contact Carol Withers firstname.lastname@example.org (619-388-3871) with any questions.
Faculty librarians are available to develop and maintain subject collections to support the college curriculum. You may contact a subject area liaison directly:
|Behavioral Sciences||Admin. of Justice, Alcohol & Other Drug Studies, Anthropology, Conflict Resolutions, Future Studies, Gender Studies, Global Dev.Stud., Human Services, Peace Studies, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology||Carol Withers (x3871)|
|Black Studies||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Business Studies||Accounting, Business, Consumer Studies, Economics, Marketing, Small Bus. Entrepreneurship||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Careers||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Chicana/o Studies||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Communications||Digital Journalism, Communication, Radio/Television||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Consumer & Family Studies||Child Development, Education||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Cosmetology||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Engineering||Electricity, Electronic System, Engineering, Environmental Control, Machine Tech., Manufacturing Technology, Technical Writing||Cecilia Cheung (x3873)|
|English & Humanities||English, Humanities, Philosophy||Leann Voss (x3056)|
|Foreign Languages||American Sign, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Health & Exercise Science||Health Education, Physical Education, Fitness Specialist||Cecilia Cheung (x3873)|
|History & Political Sciences||History||Barbara Ring (x3319)|
|History & Political Sciences||Political Science||Leann Voss (x3056)|
|Information Technology||Computer Business Technology, Computer Information Systems, Information, Network & Web||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Life Sciences||Agriculture, Biology, Sustainability||Cecilia Cheung (x3873)|
|Nursing Education||Health Sciences, Nursing Education||Cecilia Cheung (x3873)|
|Mathematics||Mathematics||Barbara Ring (x3319)|
|Physical Sciences||Astronomy, Chemistry, Geographic Info Sys, Geography, Geology, Physical Sciences, Physics||Barbara Ring (x3319)|
|Visual & Performing Arts||Dance, Graphic Design, Music, Theater/Dramatic Arts||Sandra Pesce (x3245)|
|Visual & Performing Arts||Fine Arts, Photography||Carol Withers (x3871)|
For more information, download the Library's Collection Management Guidelines.
To reserve a room, please follow these two steps: