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Make presentations to your classes about what information resources and strategies can help them complete course assignments, research projects, etc.
Create web-based resource pages to assist with research and completion of assignments (these, too, can be linked into a course web site)
Incorporate information literacy/lifelong learning competencies into your course and assignments
Guide students on how to find peer-reviewed research results, and evaluate information
Assist with preventing and detecting plagiarism
Offer discipline-specific orientations to new graduate students
Scan course materials, readings, problem set solutions, etc., and upload to your course web site
Put books and other materials on reserve for your students--we'll order books if Penn Library doesn't own them. Lauren Gala, Math/Physics/Astronomy Librarian (215-746-0228, firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.
FacultyEXPRESS delivers requested materials electronically or to your departmental office, for all standing faculty.
New Books Plus allows you to virtually peruse new books received, either by subject area or by campus library
Penn Library Delivers Items from other campus libraries are delivered to the Math/Physics/Astronomy Library for your convenient pick-up
Workshopstargeted to the Penn sci-tech researcher, the Science & Engineering Libraries offer learning sessions for a variety of databases and other electronic products
BorrowDirect and EZBorrow are "expedited interlibrary loan" services; most books arrive within 4 working days.
Interlibrary Loan If you need a book or journal article that neither Penn nor any of its Borrow Direct partners owns, the Library's Interlibrary Loan department will be happy to help you obtain it in a timely fashion.
One-on-one personalized research consultations/orientations in your office or at the library. Contact Lauren Gala, Math/Physics/Astronomy Librarian (215-746-0228, email@example.com) for assistance.