Faculty & Staff Services
Want assistance with sharing and preserving your research and other scholarly writing? The Scholarly Communications Librarian can help! In addition, she can help you and your students with depositing research into our WT Repository, making it available to the University community and the public. For further information, please contact Taylor Fairweather-Leitch.
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Faculty Research Poster Sessions
Faculty are invited to participate in the Annual Faculty Research Poster session, which is held every spring.Find Out More about the Faculty Research Poster Sessions
Organize and automatically create references and citations for your sources. Requires creation of a personal account.
Access from Off Campus
WT faculty & staff can use library resources from anywhere. Just use the same login as for SSO. If you have any problems, Email a Librarian.
You can book the following study rooms online:
After booking, just come to the Research & Access Desk to check-in.
Library Instruction Sessions
Library instruction offers students information on resources and services available from Cornette Library. Sessions are keyed to a particular library assignment so students learn how to use appropriate print and electronic sources. Evaluation and citation of sources are also covered.
Please see the Instruction Calendar for checking availability when scheduling and checking the date/time of your scheduled session.Schedule a Session
For further information please see the Library Instruction FAQ.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
Interested in low cost/no cost resources for your instructional materials?
OER provides on means for lowering costs for your students. Connect with your Scholarly Communications Librarian about incorporating and creating OER.
Films on Demand
A streaming video platform that enables access to thousands of films from such providers as PBS, National Geographic, NOVA, Ken Burns, BBC, Frontline, ABC, CBC, NBC, TED, Bill Moyers, the American Museum of Natural History, and many more.
Faculty are invited to suggest a purchase that will support the curriculum.