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Library Orientation for New Faculty  

An introduction to SCF Library resources and services for our faculty.
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Mark Marino - Information Literacy Librarian
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Bradenton Campus Library, 8-224
752-5317
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Overview of Library Resources

Welcome New Faculty:

SCF Libraries provide a wide range of resources and services. In addition to our regular collection of books, ebooks, audiovisual materials and online databases, we provide library instruction, subject guides and tutorials, citation guides, course reserves and inter-library loan service.

The Librarians at SCF are also available to our faculty for consultation about resources to support teaching and learning, development of assignments that support information literacy, and the use of technology to enhance the discovery of knowledge.

Please feel free to contact us. We can come to your office for individual consultation, or you can meet with us in our offices at the Bradenton or Venice libraries or at the learning commons at Lakewood Ranch.

SCF Librarians:

Bradenton Campus:

Tracy Elliott: Library Director  752-5399

Judy Born: Supervisor, Acquisitions & Tech Services  752-5262

Meg Hawkins: Supervisor, Access Services  752-5307

Mark Marino: Information Literacy Librarian  752-5317

Kirsty Beauchamp: Evening Librarian  752-5304

Venice Campus:

Tracey Smith:  Supervisor, Venice Campus Library  408-1434

Rhonda Kitchens:  e-Learning Librarian  408-1431

 

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