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Faculty Resources

Crowell Library offers additional education resources to all Moody faculty.

Interlibrary Loan Request
Borrow books, articles, and other materials that the library doesn’t own from other libraries.

Proxy Patron Authorization
Teaching assistants or other individuals may need to check out library materials and conduct library functions for a library account holder and may be designated by the library account holder as Crowell Library “Proxy Patrons.” Click here for the Proxy Patron Authorization form.

Reserve Request
Request books, media, and music materials to be saved for your courses.

Recommend a Purchase
Recommend books, journals, and media to be added to our collections.

Request In-Library Instruction
Request in-class or in-library orientation or instruction on research, website navigation, and database selection and usage.

Torah Scroll Request

Request Embedded Librarian Service

Librarians are available to partner with faculty to provide ongoing support to students throughout the duration of a course as an embedded librarian. This support can include one or more of the following three options: 

Librarian as TA — Librarians interact with students in Canvas and over email and upload point-of-need library orientation and instruction. 

Course-Specific LibGuide — Librarians create a guide, which can be embedded into Canvas, with instruction and/or suggested resources that support assignments throughout the course.

Assignment-Specific LibGuide Tab — Librarians create a guide, which can be embedded into Canvas, with instruction and/or suggested resources that support one assignment within the course.

Please provide advanced notice for these requests. A minimum of two weeks is required for the creation of any guide.

[Add Request Embedded Librarian form]

Collection Development Policy

This policy guides all library staff involved in the collection development process. It is the library’s master plan for building and maintaining its collections and provides the library’s users with clear and carefully described rationale for the library’s collection goals and practices.

Download a copy of the Collection Development Policy here.