A good research project involves lots of little details -- we can help! Show us your assignments (or better yet, plan them with us) and we can let you and your students know what resources are available. We can point your toward which of the 23 expensive databases is the right place for an organized, well resourced start for your students' project. We'll find websites for specific projects, and are eager to purchase materials that fit into your curriculum. Our Research Guides offer a glimpse of the skills work we build into our lessons. Can we build one for your project? You can book time in the library, reserve computers, and ask for assistance with your students ... which can be in your classroom or a computer lab, if more convenient. And don't forget to give us a "heads up" on units you assign for independent study, so that we can have materials available for them.
The library has a large collection of AV materials such as DVDs, Videos and Audiobooks in addition to our online databases.
The library maintains a professional collection and encourages teachers to use the several databases within Gale/Cengage which provide you to access to information for your professional needs. Look there for its "Professional Development" collection as well as the "Psychology Collection." Look also under "Child Development" and additional categories related to education or your particular field of study. The librarian can help you gain skill with these time-saving research databases-- just set up a time to get together.
In addition, you'll find a wide selection of books and journals available at Syphax Center. Your librarian has a comprehensive list of local university libraries where you or your students can access and use those resources on campus. Some libraries even offer borrowing privileges and a "surface" level of access to database "titles" of articles to search up before you go. Come learn more!