For your Teaching
Place your course reading lists on print reserves or e-reserves.
Meet with a librarian to identify specific research resources available for your course. We can also create a course research guide that highlights relevant resources to help your students with their research assignments.
Have a librarian tailor a library instruction session for your class research assignment.
The Design Lab has several scanners, the Adobe Creative Suite and experienced staff to help. We can lead instruction sessions for your class assignments that require the use of web or design software.
Tools to create and manage digital image collections for teaching and research.
For your Research
Have materials delivered from other universities(ILL) or from UNC’s libraries. Articles held only in print can be scanned and delivered by email.
Use your One Card to borrow books from any TRLN (Duke, NC State, and NC Central) and UNC System library.
Request materials needed for research or teaching
Connect with expertise, tools, and training in geographic information systems and data (GIS), statistics, visualization, digital humanities and Makerspace.
Schedule a consultation to learn how to use citation management software, including Mendeley, EndNote, and Zotero.
Discuss and plan your research data management needs with members of the Libraries’ Data Management Committee and staff from the Carolina Digital Repository. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get help finding existing research data sets from sources such as the Census Bureau, ICPSR, and more.
Apply for an assigned study carrel in Davis Library to facilitate your use of the research collection.