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Faculty Support: Introduction


Welcome to the University Libraries.  Our extensive
collections (paper and digital) and our staff are here to support your research and teaching efforts.  We are members of OhioLINK, a network that provides access to a significant array of online resources and over 48 million library items in academic libraries throughout Ohio. Please use our website to find the resources and select the professional services you need to support your teaching and research needs.


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Topics on the Faculty Support guide include:

Subject Librarians

A Subject Librarian is a librarian who fosters inter-relationships between the library and his/her assigned academic departments.

A Subject Librarian works with faculty members in several different roles.

  • Collection Development – The Subject Librarian works with faculty members to develop the library's book, journal, and media collections.
  • Reference – The Subject Librarian assists with citation verification and database searches, builds subject bibliographies, and establishes professional alerts.
  • Instruction – The Subject Librarian works with faculty members to create library assignments, library/literature guides, workshops, demonstrations, and other activities that lead to student success.

Subject Librarians are also available to work with the staff in your department as well as all of your students.

Find Your Subject Librarian

WSU Libraries - CTL - CaTS: Service Options

The Wright State University Libraries, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and Computer and Telecommunications Services offer complementary course support services.

The Faculty Quick Reference guides you through complementary course support services and articulates who to contact for which service.

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