The library offers a number of services to aid faculty members in their teaching and research. Here's a brief overview of some of the available services:
Find out about Library Instruction Services.
Place items on reserve for your students to borrow.
Learn about what media the library has for use in the classroom.
Explore Open Education Resources and Affordable Learning Solutions for teaching.
Get more information on copyright and fair use.
Schedule a consultation with one of our subject librarians.
Request books, articles, and media the library does not own using interlibrary loan.
Inquire about reserving a faculty study room.
Get assistance with writing a data management plan or hosting your research data.
Host a campus journal, get information on intellectual property rights, or find out more about open access publishing.
Submit your CV for Sac State Scholars.
Borrow and renew library books and media.
Connect to library databases from off-campus.
Discover publishing & scholarship support services offered by the library.
Suggest a purchase.
Book the Media Viewing Room for class viewings of DVD films.
Book the presentation practice room to record, rehearse, and refine oral and multimedia presentations before presenting at a conference, in class, or for an interview.
Request faculty study rooms, or use the Faculty Study space on the 4th floor of the library.