The libraries offer a variety of services specifically for faculty, and we've put together a list of many of them below. Prefer to talk to someone? Contact us.
Put material on reserve for your course using our online form. Get information about how course reserves work at any of Bethel's libraries, and what the policies and procedure are.
Want to show that perfect video clip in your class? If you need to request the material from another library, use our online request form. If it's a digital video you are after for your Moodle course, contact the Teaching and Learning Technology group.
Looking to allocate your department funds for a book, DVD or other resource type? Use our online request form!
Schedule a library instruction session to familiarize your students with academic library resources to help them complete a paper or project.
Contact information for the library liaison to your department. Get in touch about any subject-specific needs, from materials for your own research to scheduling a library instruction session for your course.
What can you use in your course or course site, and what's the right way to link it? What rights do you have when publishing work?
See what you colleagues have published or contribute your own works for greater access, impact, and preservation.
You can check out books from the University of Minnesota's research-level collection. 350-item limit, so you can get yourself into multiple research projects at once. Find out more.
Get informed immediately when new material is published on a topic of interest.