Liaisons provide a personal connection to facilitate
communication and provide library services to academic departments and other
Forsyth Library collaborates with educators to teach
information literacy, research skills, and lifelong learning skills that
students can transfer to other courses and apply beyond the University.
Sessions can be delivered in a variety of settings and formats, and are
designed to fit the needs of the class and students. Request a session
online through Forsyth Library Instruction Request form.
Forsyth Library provides online guides, videos, and modules
that cover a variety of information literacy skills including choosing and
narrowing a topic, developing a research question, effectively searching
library databases, and more. These can
be used independently, assigned by an instructor, or embedded into a
course. Collaborate with your liaison to
design a customized tutorial to fit your needs, or browse one of our existing tutorials.
Library Teaching & Research department staff members are available to
proctor exams in the library for students. Proctors can be requested online.
Request a customized list of potential open educational resources (OERs) for use in your course, learn to search for OERs yourself, or get help with Creative Commons Licensing. The FHSU OER web page has more information about OERs.
Get help with scholarly publishing, including formatting references, learning about bibliometrics, choosing a journal, reviewing a publication agreement, and uploading articles to the FHSU Scholars Repository.
The Faculty Study Room, FL 017, can be reserved online. Ask at the One Stop Desk to get the access code.
Ask questions about the public domain, educational exceptions, licenses, fair use, requesting permissions, and attributions.
Ways to partner with us to increase student success.