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Library Services and Resources for Faculty: Other Services in the Library

This guide provides an overview of what the Library has to offer for Faculty Members


     Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a librarian for assistance:

The Honors Institute

Located on the third floor in room L303, the Honors Institute provides a learning community where students and faculty members can interact, innovate, create, and conduct scholarly research. Contact Jane Honeycutt at 423.354.2596.

Honors Logo

Center for Teaching Excellence

Located in room L204, the Center for Teaching Excellence provides the following:

  • Offer faculty resources and training that focus on student-centered learning and related best practices

  • Identifies best practices for teaching and learning  

  • Organizes pilot programs

  • Provide input for the iNortheast Academic Affairs subcommittee

The Center will offer activities and training for faculty to help make learning more meaningful, innovative, interactive, and engaging. 


For more information, please contact Jim Kelly at extension 5162 (or 354.5162)


Faculty Reading Room

There is a faculty reading room available in L315.  The room has a computer and printer, as well as a copier.  Please let Tammy Bartlett (T101, extension 3468) or Sandy Baker (T101, extension 5109) know if you want your faculty copier code programmed into that copier.

Media Services

There is a wide variety of media services available to you, including equipment, duplicating and production services, etc. 

camera, microphone, and reel of filmYou and your students may use a variety of audiovisual equipment, including laptop PCs, digital and video cameras, slide projectors, etc., for class-related work.

Please contact Eric Morritt at extension 3317 (or 354.2517) for assistance. 

The Learning Center

The computers in the Learning Center on the first floor of the Library (L103) have copies of most of the programs that the students use on campus, as well as word processing and Internet access. 

Tutors are available and students are encouraged to ask the staff for assistance with papers, homework, and projects.

Computers in The Learning Center