The library offers a range of services to support faculty.
Information literacy support
Visit our information literacy support page for more information.
Library instruction sessions
Library instruction sessions can be scheduled at your convenience. Classes can be held in the McMillen Library instruction classroom, or a librarian can visit your class in your regularly scheduled classroom. Please fill out our online form for scheduling details.
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Materials can be placed on course reserves for student use. Reserve materials may be owned by McMillen Library or by the professor. Materials can be placed on reserve for the duration of the semester, and then will be returned to their original home. For more information, contact Adia Lewis, McMillen Library’s ARC Specialist.
Request the purchase of library materials
As a faculty member, you may have knowledge of information resources that will be beneficial to your research or to the success of your students.
Test Proctoring, College of Professional Studies
The library occassionally helps proctor the make-up test. Retakes must be scheduled through the CPS office. For more information, contact Austin Dowdy, operation’s specialist in the College of Professional Studies.
McMillen Library participates in the Indiana Share Program. If you are unable to find materials in our library, we can request that the materials be sent to us from another Indiana library. For more information, or to place a request, visit our Interlibrary Loan LibGuide.
Many of our online database vendors have tutorials available online. Visit our online tutorials page to learn more.