Faculty librarians offer a variety of instructional opportunities including: library orientation, course-related instruction, and assistance in creating research based assignments.
See the information literacy page for more information.
Faculty may place course materials on reserve in print or electronic format by submitting a Reserve Request Form. Please Note: Electronic Reserves (E-Reserves) are password protected; course instructors distribute password.
Faculty can create their own "deep links" to the library's electronic journal articles and books using Blackboard or webpages. For more information, see Deep Linking.
Research & Instruction librarians will consult with you about your specific research needs. Contact Lisa Sciulli at 412.396.5346 to schedule an appointment or contact the Liaison to your department directly.
Use QuickSearch to search for materials in any format or discipline through a single search box. Find books, ebooks, articles, musical scores, CDs, DVDs and more.
Use cited reference searching to help determine the impact of an article, book, journal, or author in the research of a given field of study.
Not sure where to publish? Find a journal in which to publish your research
Keep track of your research citations more easily with EndNote. Export references directly from research databases into EndNote. Format a bibliography in APA, MLA or other citation styles. User guides and instructional videos are also available.
Help the library continue to develop its collection. Suggest a Purchase that would support your teaching and/or research needs, or enhance the library's collection in a particular field of study.
In the event that the library does not have an item you may need, there are several options to borrow from other libraries.
Contact the Liaison to your department for more information about requesting library materials.
The members of this committee are the University Librarian and representatives appointed by the Deans of all the schools and college. For more information about the Committee, contact the University Librarian.