The Daytona State Library offers a number of services specifically for Faculty and Staff including: Library Skills Instruction for students and Web Research Training for staff, research assignment design consultation, media and equipment booking, course reserves, and professional research services. We also encourage input from faculty and staff in areas such as collection development and continuous quality improvement for library services. Below are listed some of the more popular services as well as contact information. For general questions about library resources and services you can always call the Research Assistance Desk at 386.506.3518
Library Skills Instruction and Web Research Training
Daytona State Librarians offer a full range of Library Skills Instruction from developmental classes to upper division Bachelor's program courses. Workshops can be tailored to specific projects or themes. We also provide Web Research Training to staff and can prepare presentations to meet specific departmental needs. Most workshops take approximately 50 minutes and for large classes we will be happy to come to your classroom. Please book workshops at least one week in advance by calling the Research Assistance Desk at 386.506.3518 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For Deland/Deltona workshops, please call 386.785.2017.
Research Assignment Design Consultation
Let us help you design research assignments that take maximum advantage of the resources available to your students. The Daytona State Librarians are available for consultation by phone or appointment. We can check resources, create specialized help guides and resource lists, and even provide customized instruction for your students. Call or e-mail Dustin Weeks for details on how we can help at 386.506.3593 or email@example.com.
Faculty and staff may request videos or DVDs to be used in their classrooms or they may put these materials on reserve in the library for use by their students. Videos and DVD holdings can be searched by using the online catalog. Click on Find a Book, E-book, or Article to search library holdings. The catalog also indexes other media such as video and audio materials. You may use the Media Request Form link located above to reserve materials or call 386.506.3055 for assistance. (For Deland Campus Library call 386.785.2017)
Course Reserves and Textbooks
Faculty can place materials on reserve at the Daytona and Deland Campus Libraries. Course reserves may be checked out from the Circulation Desk. Reserves may be used in the library and photocopied. The library does not carry circulating copies of current textbooks. Faculty are encouraged to place HIGH DEMAND text books on reserve for their courses, especially if they are in short supply. For complete details on placing items on reserve, please call 386.506.3055. (For Deland Campus Library call 386.785.2017)
The Librarians at Daytona State are happy to assist you with your research needs in areas such as course and curriculum development, classroom support materials, program accreditation preparation, and grant support research. We can also support you in your personal degree programs and with your publishing projects. Please call the Reference Desk at 386.506.3518 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The library relies heavily upon the subject expertise of our faculty to keep our collections as up to date and relevant to your students as possible. We welcome any recommendations for materials to add to our collections, both book and media. It is also just as important to remove old and outdated materials from our collection and we highly encourage faculty to "weed" those areas of the collection pertinent to their disciplines. You can e-mail recommendations to email@example.com. or call 386.506.3593 to find out more about how you can keep our resources working for you.
Continuous Quality Improvement
The Daytona State Library Services Department believes very highly in continuous quality improvement and welcomes any suggestions, recommendations, or concerns that will help us improve our services and resources. The Library Advisory Committee is a committee made up of faculty representatives from each department that helps us do just that. If you would like to become involved with this committee or meet individually with your ideas, we would like to talk to you. Please call Mercedes Clement, Head Librarian at 386.506.3440 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org