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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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.
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. The linked guide above will give you additional insights. Contact your subject librarian to learn more.
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.
To submit an item to be placed on reserve at the DMC Library for a course, please contact Randy Lackovic, Library Assistant II, DMC Library, 207-563-8193 or 207-581-5193 | email@example.com
Faculty are encouraged to contact their subject librarian to set up instruction sessions for their classes. Fogler Librarians regularly collaborate with faculty to address the particular research needs of a given assignment or class project. Instruction sessions can take place in the library, in your classroom, via web conferencing software, and/or through online course guides. 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.
A UMaine initiative to help students manage the cost of college by using online resources (textbooks, journal articles, etc.) that are free and open to students in place of often expensive textbooks. This guide provides information about resources that may be used by faculty members in place of commercial textbooks.