The Kelly Library faculty and staff are here to support your teaching and research endeavors, as well as the intellectual growth of your students. Please do not hesitate to email, call or visit Kelly Library for assistance.
Would you like a faculty librarian to talk to your students about developing search strategies and using appropriate resources for their assignments? Want to develop a class assignment in collaboration with a faculty librarian?
The librarians at Kelly Library can provide instruction and/or assistance in all areas of information literacy, from finding and evaluating quality sources, to using the University Libraries' resources, to avoiding plagiarism. Please send your requests for course-related instruction to Andrew Marshall (email@example.com) or Courtney Young (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The faculty librarians are skilled researchers with a broad range of subject expertise. Please email or call Andrew Marshall or Courtney Young with your research questions or to schedule an appointment to discuss more in-depth projects.
Use the following forms to request that course-related readings and materials be placed on reserve in the library or online for your students:
Go to the Course Reserves Services homepage for more information about the services we provide.
Information on academic integrity for Penn State Faculty.
Quick tips on copyright for the classroom.
Search for educational media and films.
A faculty resource for increasing teaching effectiveness.
Offers services that are, "designed to support and promote creative and innovative uses of technology in courses to actively engage learners in acquiring and assimilating the core principles and experiences of a discipline".
Research tools and information for the current Teaching International program at Penn State Greater Allegheny.