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Resources for Faculty

The Jung-Kellogg Learning Center works with faculty to support teaching and research. This guide highlights our faculty services.

Information for Faculty

A well-designed Research Guide will point to suggested resources that support an assignment, course material, or subject area.  

Guides will pool resources to support your students' research...and your own!

Librarians have an option to add several editors to a particular Research Guide, so if you are interested in collaborating with a librarian to create a Course or Subject Guide, please let us know!

How can I request a Research Guide?

To request a Research Guide page for your class, contact us at

What is a Research Guide?

The Jung-Kellogg Learning Center has implemented a way to organize and showcase library resources and services available to our faculty, staff, and students for research and study.

Research Guides are a content management and information sharing system designed specifically for libraries. The platform allows for easy navigation through and instruction on core and relevant resources in a particular subject field, class, or assignment.

Furthermore, this platform effectively invites collaboration between librarians and instructors to meet the research needs of a particular department, class, or assignment.

Why use Research Guides?

The Research Guide platform allows us to:

  • Organize core and relevant resources in your field into one 24 hour accessible webpage, simply give your students the url.
  • Anything we create is printable, so it can easily be used as handouts.
  • We can update the information on the page BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER you teach a research or library-related lecture, so students can have access to updated material.