There are several ways we can help you and your students.
Equipment and Media Services
The following are available in the Media Center:
Camcorders, cameras, tripods, laptops, iPads, iPods, Kindles, Nooks, VGA adapters, presentation pointers, fax machine
Poster/flyer production, graphic services, laminating (25¢/foot), presentation consultations, video editing
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (616) 632-2132.
Purchases and Reserves
Let us know what you'd like us to add to the Library's holdings. Request books, journals, electronic gadgets, etc.
You may want to consider adding items to our reserve collection for your courses. You may use our copies of books, DVDs, etc., or your own. Feel free to place extra copies you may have of text books on reserve too. Use the form below.
Copyright, Academic Integrity and TurnItIn
Source Review and Assignment Checklist
We're happy to evaluate your students' bibliographic work before or after it's been turned in for a grade. We can:
- Comment on content & quality of sources
- Verify that source types meet assigned criteria, i.e. scholarly articles, etc
- Indicate citation inaccuracies
- Analyze whether annotations reflect sources accurately
In offering this service, our hope is to help facilitate students' use of quality information in their research endeavors. Questions? Contact Christina Radisauskas at email@example.com or 616-632-2124.
Use the list of suggestions below to ensure that your research assignments are clear, and that your goals are attainable. Feel free to share your assignments with the Library so we're prepared for your students' requests for help.
|The Library has two rooms that can be reserved. To make reservations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 632-2140|
The library's computer classroom, JLH112, may be reserved by faculty or staff for research or training sessions. This room contains 26 computers and 1 TAP cart.
|The Meeting Room|
JLH302 can easily fit up to 25 people and is equipped with a TAP cart and white board. This room may be reserved by faculty, staff, or students for meetings, small receptions, or study groups.