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Services for Faculty

Teaching and Classroom Support

| Scheduling Instructional Sessions | Placing Course Material On Reserve | LibGuides | Reserving the Library Classroom |


Scheduling Instructional Sessions

Faculty interested in customized library instructional sessions for their classes should contact their library liaison, or the Library Reference Desk.

(phone): 797-5068

College / Department Liaison Email Phone
College of Business, Education, & Human Development
Accounting & Business Law Kay Stebbins (318) 798-4152
Economics & Finance Kay Stebbins (318) 798-4152
Management & Marketing Kay Stebbins (318) 798-4152
Education Kay Stebbins (318) 798-4152
Kinesiology & Health Science Kay Stebbins (318) 798-4152
Psychology Rachael Green (318) 798-4153
Military Science Kay Stebbins (318) 798-4152
College of Arts & Sciences
Communications Wil Peters (318) 798-4153
Criminal Justice Wil Peters (318) 798-4154
English Wil Peters (318) 798-4154
Fine Arts Wil Peters (318) 798-4154
Foreign Languages & Humanities Wil Peters (318) 798-4154
History & Social Sciences Julienne Wood (318) 797-5072
Biological Sciences Julienne Wood (318) 797-5072
Chemistry & Physics Julienne Wood (318) 797-5072
Computer Sciences Julienne Wood (318) 797-5072
Mathematics Julienne Wood (318) 797-5072
Social Sciences Rachael Green (318) 798-4153


Placing Course Material on Reserve

Faculty who wish to place course materials on reserve should fill out the Library Reserve form and return it, along with the reserve items, to the Library Circulation Desk. Personal copies of books, articles, and other media may be placed on reserve as well as circulating items from the library collection. All materials submitted for reserve are subject to the rules governing copyright, as defined in U.S. Code, Title 17, Section 107. Please allow at least one business day for processing of reserve materials. Adhesive labels or barcodes are not placed on personal materials. For more information on placing material on reserve, visit the Course Reserves page.


Subject-specific research guides (LibGuides) are available from the library homepage. These guides, created and compiled by librarians, spotlight suggested print and online resources avaible in the library collection, as well as freely accesible online resources. They not only serve as good starting points for students beginning research on a topic, but provide strategies and tips to even the advanced researcher. These guides also serve to support LSUS faculty, who may wish to contact their library liaison to discuss creating course-specific LibGuides that can be built around a syllabus or assignment. LibGuides functions as a portal for information and faculty can work with their library liaison to develop a LibGuide to suit their needs. 

Reserving the Library Classroom

A classroom is available on the 2nd floor of the library with vhs/dvd/pc viewing capability via an overhead projector. The room accomdates 30 people and can be reserved by calling the Microforms and Media office at 797-5297.

Also available in Microforms are media viewing rooms with dvd/vhs viewing capability. Faculty may place personal copies of films on reserve in this office for required viewing in the Microforms media viewing rooms. The library's film collection is also housed in this area.

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