New Faculty Orientation

New Faculty Orientation 

Archer librarians will be presenting at the University of Regina New Faculty Orientation on the helpful services Archer Library provides to support faculty in their research and teaching. Below is a summary of their presentations and helpful links to support you in your work.

Research and Research Support

Cara Bradley, Research & Scholarship Librarian, will present on research and publishing support available through the Library, including:

More information on these services and resources is available on the Faculty Support page of the Library web site. Contact Cara at cara.bradley@uregina.ca if you would like to discuss any of these topics or for further assistance.

Teaching and Teaching Support

Librarian Kate Cushon will present on Library supports for teaching. Librarians can provide face-to-face instruction support, as well as creating online tools like video tutorials and subject guides. Our services include:

  • Basic library orientation sessions or videos for your classes
  • More in-depth research instruction for your students
  • Online library subject guides that can be tailored to your classes/assignments (general guides available here: http://uregina.libguides.com/)
  • One-on-one reference support for your students

All services can be tailored to your courses and assignments. To access these services, and for help in incorporating them into your syllabi and teaching, please contact the subject liaison librarian in your area(s). Librarians are all very happy to provide teaching supports, so please don't hesitate to reach out!

Copyright

  • The University of Regina’s copyright program is focused on addressing the University’s informational and educational needs around copyright.
  • We have a dedicated copyright website, offer one-on-one consultations, and workshops on copyright.
  • Christina Winter, Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian is available to answer any questions you might have and offers support to facilitate the distribution of required readings to students while ensuring they comply with Copyright laws.

For more information check out the Copyright website or contact Christina at copyright@uregina.ca.