John M. Flaxman Library: For Faculty
Students can find items you have placed on reserve in the library for your class by selecting your name from the “Instructor” dropdown menu.
To place materials on reserve for students please fill out our Library Reserves Form. If you have questions, please see our Library Reserves Instructions or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions relating to copyright and posting licensed content check out the following resources:
Posting copyrighted or licensed resources: When it is necessary to obtain permission to post copyrighted material to your course page, Flaxman Library staff offer to request the permission and to pay reasonable fees from the library budget. Please email the citations only to email@example.com.
Most of our agreements for licensed resources allow and support direct linking to content within protected course pages. To create a stable link, find the persistent URL, permalink, or document identifier (DOI) for the article, e-book section, or streaming video that you have chosen. For example: http://silf.alexanderstreet.com/View/1827190/
To make the link accessible from off-campus, add our proxy server prefix [ http://proxy.artic.edu/login?url= ] to the front of the URL so that the above example becomes:
A few licensed resources do not allow or do not support stable linking. In these cases you may have to provide a citation or other instructions in Canvas. Please contact the Flaxman Library (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or for help.
Schedule a time for your class to meet with a librarian. For general library research sessions email email@example.com, call 312.899.5096 or stop by.
Information Literacy is defined by the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AACU) as, "the ability to know when there is a need for information, to be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively and responsibly use and share that information for the problem at hand."
See our guide for incorporating library materials and information literacy ideas into your course and its assignments: Information Literacy at SAIC
Interlibrary loan services are available to SAIC students enrolled in degree programs, SAIC faculty, and SAIC staff.
Request a book from I-Share
- Create your I-Share account
- Usually takes 3-5 days; you will receive an email when it arrives
Request a book/media not located in I-Share
- Fill out the interlibrary loan form
- Usually takes 1-2 weeks; you will receive an email or phone call when it arrives
Request an article not owned by Flaxman Library
- Fill out the article request form
- Usually takes 2-5 days; you will receive an email when it arrives
One Week Advance Notice for Film and Video
Four Weeks Advance Notice for Rental
Please let us know what you think we should purchase for Flaxman Library collections. Simply fill out our Suggest a New Purchase form and click the submit button. Thank you in advance for your suggestion.