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Native American Studies: Resources for Faculty at Fogler Library
Resources for research in Native American Studies.
Every department has a subject librarian who is available for one-on-one research assistance as well as individual class instruction. Use the link above to find your subject librarian. We look forward to working with you!
Faculty and staff members who are traveling outside of the country need to contact their Subject Librarian ahead of time to ensure access to Library Resources.
Librarians regularly collaborate with faculty to address research needs of a given assignment or class project. Instruction can take place in the library, in your classroom, via web conferencing software, and/or through online course guides. Contact your subject librarian to set up a session. We look forward to working with you!
Find workshop materials from the January, 2016 workshop on information literacy for faculty instruction. Includes the information literacy VALUE rubric, research on information literacy outcomes among undergraduate students, and sample assignments.
This guide provides information about resources that may be used by faculty members in place of, or in addition to, commercial textbooks, to help students manage the cost of college by using online resources (textbooks, journal articles, etc.) that are free and open.
See this guide for various film options that the Library provides access to. You may find additional films in SWANK Digital Campus, a selection of box office hits permitted for public performance in non-theatrical markets.
Not finding what you're looking for on the Fogler website? Browse this A-Z list or search for information of interest. If you still don't find what you need, your subject librarian will be happy to assist.
Altmetrics is the use of alternative, or nontraditional, measurements to better understand the extent of a work's scholarly impact. Altmetrics serve as a complement to traditional metrics (e.g., citation counts) by incorporating statistics regarding usage, capture, and mentions of scholarly works in online environments. Contact your subject librarian to learn more.
Interested in having books in URSUS and MaineCat delivered to your office? Want articles or book chapters from our print journals and books to be scanned and emailed to you? The Book and Journal Article Retrieval Service is a free service for faculty, staff, and graduate students to expedite your research needs.
Looking for funding opportunities to support research, grants-related projects, and nonprofit programs and services? We have a wide range of resources, from proposal writing materials to powerful funding databases like Pivot and Foundation Directory Online. Contact Jen Bonnet, for a consultation.
The Fogler Library Interlibrary Loan Department works with other libraries and information providers to obtain research materials not held in Fogler Library, or that are unavailable for request through URSUS or MaineCat.
Fogler Library is a regional depository for U.S. Government publications. We are a selective depository for Canadian materials, and we have United Nations documents. For government documents assistance, you can email email@example.com.
See what you have checked out or on hold, and renew items. You will need your MaineCard to log in.
The University Club
The Club is a place for faculty and staff from across campus to gather in a collegial setting and foster relationships. When classes are in session during the academic year a coffee service is provided for the enjoyment of members and their guests.
The Club is available to rent for a variety of departmental or personal functions.
Find more information about membership pricing and event rentals here.