Library orientation sessions are now available!
These 15-minute pop-in sessions introduce your students to what the library offers, how to find us, and how to navigate the library's website.
To schedule an orientation session, please email Faith Rusk (firstname.lastname@example.org) your preferred date and time, classroom location, and number of students. An available librarian will be assigned to your session.
To schedule a more comprehensive instruction session, please visit the Library Instruction page.
The Library offers a wealth of information, resources, and tools to UDC faculty. The goal of this guide is to provide you with important information to support all of your teaching, research, and scholarship needs.
In addition to this guide, you can find more information about the library and its resources online. We recommend reviewing the following pages:
We welcome your suggestions of materials to purchase for the library's collections. Before making your request, please consider if the material supports your curricular and/or research needs.
Requests may be made in two ways:
Note: You MUST be signed in to make a purchase request.
Once you submit a request, you will receive emails throughout the process if we are able to purchase the item. We are not able to purchase all requested material, but will do our best to fulfill your needs within the parameters of our Collection Development Policy.
If you have any questions about purchase requests, please email email@example.com.
We're always trying to improve the library's services and resources.
If you have a question about information, resources, or tools that is not covered in this guide, please let us know! We're also happy to hear any of your comments and suggestions.
To submit feedback, please leave a comment in our online suggestion box.
Patrons can view their library account via the My Library Account page. From the library account, patrons can: