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Last Updated: Feb 20, 2014 URL: http://libguides.scf.edu/faculty_services_professional_development_courses_tutorials Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Faculty FAQs
Circulation, meeting room, ebook polices, FMG ( Films on Demand ) and Library/Librarian services.


Request Library Instruction 
F2F, Online, Your Classroom, Our Instruction Rooms

Chronicle of Higher Education

New Faculty Orientation 

Workshops


Information Literacy
Evaluating Resources :

Using Resources :

Library Tested Educational Technology based on Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

 

New : Books, eBooks, Databases and Library  Resources

  • Last Update: January 2014. New Databases.

 

SCF Libraries' Faculty Newsletter

  • Quarterly

 

eText Initiative

  • Let go, Let grow
  • Feedback from initial pilot soon.

Library Hours and Contacts

  • Library staff eMail and Phone Numbers

 

How Can We Help You?

  • Let us know.
 

Ask A Librarian

 

State College of Florida Libraries' Library & eLearning Commons

Featured:    Faculty Development Workshop Schedule Spring 2014

RefWorks For Faculty Instructor: Meg Hawkins,, Access Services, Supervisor.  ONLINE  February 21-April 1, 2014, Self-paced, Rolling enrollment
CRN 2046
Learning Objectives:

  • Create a Refworks account
  • Manage folders in Refworks
  • Export library resources to your Refworks account
  • Install & use Write-N-Cite
  • Choose an assignment to integrate with RefWorks
  • Add Refworks instructions for Students to Angel

 

Five New Databases : Scholarly, Academic, Video and more.

 Image of a Cabot's Tern.

"Cabot's Tern (Thalasseus acuflavidus), on a beach in Venice, Florida, USA." By D. Gordon E. Robertson. (Own work.) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons.

 

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