Copyright and Fair Use in Teaching
Do you need to make your personal copies (books, articles, CDs and DVDs) or library owned circulating materials available for students to use in the library? Fill out the Course Reserves form download here and bring it with your item to the Circulation desk. See the Library's Policies page for further information on Course Reserves.
How to Schedule a Room/Space
You can schedule library spaces using 25Live. Our labs/classroom spaces are not reservable more than a week in advance, but our meeting rooms can be scheduled any time. Please refer to the library hours to make sure the library is open during the time requested.
Information Literacy Resources
The instruction services team coordinates outreach and collaborations to help faculty develop students research and information literacy skills including The Faculty DIY Information Literacy Modules & Resources, information literacy assignments and workshops, course integrated research sessions, and research and information courses.
Schedule Information Literacy Instruction
For any information, questions, or to schedule a class, please contact Elizabeth Dolinger, Associate Professor and Information Literacy Librarian at 603-358-2749 or email@example.com or fill out the online form.
While Mason Library contains and provides access to a wide array of resources to support faculty scholarship, sometimes we need to borrow materials from another library. Fill out the Interlibrary Loan request form and we will do our best to get you what you need. For information on how to make a request either check the FAQ: How do I make an Interlibrary Loan request or contact the Interlibrary Loan office by phone (603-358-2715) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suggest a Book (or Other Media) for Purchase
Overall responsibility for the selection, development, and maintenance of the collection rests with the library faculty collection services team, who are familiar with appropriate selection tools and the specific informational needs of library users.
For all your library collection, resource, and policy needs, please contact Amanda Scull Assistant Professor and Collection Development Librarian. Requests are evaluated according to the Library's Collection Development Policy.