Jack C. Taylor Library

Library Collections

Library Collections

Articles – View the Digital Resouces page to select a database to search for articles. 

Scholarly Journals – Search Publication Finder to see what's available in what format. 

Books – Start with a Catalog search to find books in the library. 

Audio & eBooks – Search the Catalog and EBSCO's ebook collection. Popular reading materials are available through OverDrive (log in with your student # + f). 

Streaming Video – Streaming video titles can be found using the Advanced Search options in the catalog. Faculty: Titles available through Kanopy can be found HERE. Please contact Julie Portman if you have questions about streaming options or are looking for specific titles to support your teaching.   

Course Reserves – Print copies are on reserve at the front desk. You can search the Catalog by course or instructor. 

Curriculum Library – Course materials and supplies are available on the lower level. Learn more HERE

Social Work Collection – Textbooks can be checked out for the entire semester. You can see a list of the entire collection HERE

Digital Collections – Digitized items including theses, student projects, and materials from the Archives and Special Collections are available through GriffinShare

DVD Collection – Popular and more academic titles are available for checkout. Search the Catalog for titles.  

Print Reference – These reference titles on the shelves in the Information Commons are available for in-library use. Find them in the Catalog with an advanced search. 

Why the Library?

Students often use Google to complete research assignments unless instructors direct them otherwise. Why should you tell your students to use the Library resources?

  • They can gain quick and easy access to scholarly resources without searching through 1.5 million results
  • They won't need to waste time evaluating whether the information they retrieve is credible or correct
  • They will prepare better papers and assignments and (as a result) get better grades

We are here to help you find ways to use the library to support your teaching. We can:

  • Set up Course Reserves for in-library use
  • Demonstrate how to access library materials on and off campus
  • Provide instruction sessions to provide a general introduction to the library or help students get started with a specific assignment
  • Identify what journals and other digital resources/databases in your subject area are available through the library
  • Locate articles and other materials to support your courses and research projects
  • Provide a digital space to host student papers and projects
  • Brainstorm other ways we can support your academic needs
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Library Instruction & Tours

Librarians are available to provide instruction to any class, introducing students to information resources and research techniques. Librarians are willing to lead these sessions or, if the faculty member prefers, provide the information to the faculty member for their syllabus.

Tours and also be arranged and can be combined with instruction sessions if desired. Instructors need to attend with their students.

All sessions can be customized to the needs of the course in both length and focus. Instructors are required to be present with their students. At least one week's notice is requested when scheduling these sessions.

Please contact us to schedule a session: libraryhelp@fontbonne.edu.

Featured Resource: Chronicle of Higher Ed


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