Our Subject Librarians can support your teaching and your students' learning. We can help you to:
Your Subject Librarian can work with you to support information literacy for your students. We can:
Subject Librarians support faculty, students, and staff in every College/School and academic department of Webster University. Your Subject Librarian can meet with you one-on-one to discuss your specific research needs in more depth than may be possible for our Research Librarians.
Please visit the staff directory to find your subject librarian to schedule an appointment or contact them via email.
Our Resources and Access Services staff can help you digitize material for use in WorldClassRoom and reserve materials for use in class.
To take advantage of these services, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library can provide support for your research and publishing throughout the process. Your Subject Librarians can help you with:
Please note that assistance with final manuscript preparation is outside the scope of our services.
These suggestions apply to all eResources that you use to support your teaching, including: eBooks, streaming videos, and other items from the library's collection, periodical articles from library databases, open-access textbooks and Open Educational Resources, and other online resources (e.g. YouTube videos and websites).
Link students to their program Research Guide (curated lists of best databases, search tips, and training).
If you have pre-selected course readings from library databases or websites:
Follow Copyright & Fair Use guidelines when posting or distributing all content to students. Limit access to only students in your course.
Collaborate with your subject librarian to: