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What Can The Library Do For You?
The Library actively supports faculty research and instruction needs by offering the following services and more:
- Course reserves for print or physical items
- Library instruction sessions
- Collection development assistance
- Custom research guides for subjects, classes, or assignments
- Assistance developing research assignments
- Interlibrary loan and document delivery service
Call the library for more information on our services to faculty: 406-657-1662
Links to Request Forms
Use these handy links if you want to schedule a library instruction. If you want to reserve a classroom in the library building, check with your department's administrative assistant for help with this:
Library Instruction Request Form
Library Instruction Request can be used to request a Library tour for your class, or have librarians come to your class for tips on how to use the magic.
Custom Research Guides
Librarians can create a custom research guide for your class. These guides function as a research portal and can include links to many types of resources valuable to your students' research projects.
Click here to see examples of these guides. Contact your liaison for more information.
Use the free KIC scanner to scan items into PDF, searchable PDF, Tiff, JPG, & PNG formats. Save files to a flash drive or send via email. Files can also be uploaded to smart devices, Google Docs or a QR Code. The scanner is located on the 2nd floor of the Library.