Faculty are welcome to put on Course Reserve any textbooks, books, DVDs, etc. that might be needed for their classes. Course Reserve items can generally be checked out for 2–4 hour periods. Students are welcome to use the materials for study in the library or make copies of materials, as long as they abide by copyright laws.
Use the below form to enter a course reserves request. Library staff will review and contact you if additional information if needed.
Closed captioning services are available for video materials created by Faculty. Please email an mp4 of your video to email@example.com with "Closed Captioning" in the subject line or drop off a flash drive with the mp4s to the NCK or BHC library. Once completed, library staff will email you the link and embed code for your captioned video. Please allow 1-2 weeks for captioning.
Contact Erin Roper if you have questions: 928-757-0856 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MCC Librarians encourage faculty to incorporate library instruction sessions into their courses. Library instruction sessions can cover a variety of topics, including:
Each session, or series of sessions, is tailored to meet the unique research needs of the individual courses. Faculty should contact their campus librarian at least a week in advance in order to schedule library instruction. Instruction sessions may be held in the library, in a 500 lab, or in the course classroom. Faculty are required to attend the session.
Contact your campus librarian to schedule a session or email email@example.com.
Information Literacy Learning Outcomes
MCC Librarians have outlined learning outcomes that align with skills frequently addressed during information literacy instruction sessions. These outcomes have been adapted from Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education, the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, and the Information Literacy VALUE Rubric available through the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Many of the outcomes align with the student learning objectives outlined in MCC's General Education Philosophy, as indicated by parenthetical notations.
Determine Information Needs (3.2-3.6) (5.6-5.7)
Access Information (3.2-3.6) (4.1-4.4) (4.6) (5.3) (5.4) (5.7)
Evaluate Information (3.2-3.6) (5.3-5.7)
Use Information Ethically (3.2-3.6) (5.7)
Campus Librarians are happy to take suggestions for materials to add to the library collection. Faculty input helps ensure that acquired materials align with course subject matter and better meet the needs of MCC students. Please contact your local campus librarian with suggestions for new physical and electronic materials.
Faculty are encouraged to use MCC Libraries for their own research and recreational purposes. Campus librarians are happy to investigate reference questions and assist with finding course resources. Faculty can request any MCC item through Inter-Campus Loan (ICL) or by placing a "Hold".
Physical print resources (books, articles) not available through the MCC Library system may be acquired through Inter-Library Loan (ILL).
To place an ICL or ILL request, simply speak with a library staff member. Items are usually available within 1-2 weeks or you may put in the request yourself on the library catalog.
The Embedded Librarian program is intended to establish a librarian presence in online course environments. Faculty members can copy the modules into their courses using the following process in the current learning management system (LMS): Import from Canvas Commons.
There are currently nine information literacy units that faculty may include in their courses. There is no limit to the number of units that may be selected. The units are:
Students work through the content of the units (videos, presentations, written descriptions and activities) at their own pace and complete a quiz testing their knowledge of the unit content. The units are most useful to students when they have clearly defined due dates and points/extra credit attached to completion. The faculty member may also request that the librarian attend on-ground sessions in order to provide in-person instruction, host a live Zoom session, or provide a recorded session.
Faculty can contact their campus librarian or CLT if they have trouble copying the modules into their courses.