The Mary Livermore Library supports the teaching and research needs of its faculty at sites away from the campus of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. The Library offers a range of services for off-campus faculty.
Mary Livermore Library Collections:
All faculty are invited to use the resources of the Mary Livermore Library. The collection includes over 300,000 print volumes, 1,500 print subscriptions to serials, and access to more than 100 electronic databases, among other resources. Students can access the online catalog, BraveCat, through the Library’s home page. Distance education faculty can request materials from the Library, as well as from the libraries of Fayetteville State University (FSU) and the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), by using the Enter Hold Request feature in BraveCat.
If the Library has the materials that you need, we will mail them to your home address upon request. If we do not have the materials, then Interlibrary Loan Services will search libraries nationwide to find them.
Help with accessing full-text articles is available at 910.521.6656 or by using our Ask A Librarian webform.
Faculty with disabilities needing document conversion accommodations should submit the "Document Conversion Request Form."
Note: distance education faculty, who also come to campus, must actually retrieve materials from the Library.
Using Other Libraries:
Faculty at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke are eligible to use the libraries of other institutions in The University of North Carolina system. More information is available here.
Persons needing reference assistance may call 910.521.6656 or send their questions via the Ask A Librarian webform. Instant message reference service is also available for users of popular instant messaging platforms (e.g. AIM, Yahoo, etc.) Click here for more information about IM Reference.
The reference staff will assist you with:
The Mary Livermore Library provides access to over 100 web-based electronic databases, including both state and federal documents online. The databases are accessible from any networked campus computer and via remote access. Some full-text information requires Adobe Reader for access.
Research Instruction Support Services:
The Library offers a range of services that support research instruction for your distance education students. These services include: research instruction sessions, for both online courses as well as for courses held at UNCP distance education program sites; creation of online tutorials that are specific to course research assignments; creation of handouts, guides, and bibliographies; as well as specialized reference services. For more detailed information, please contact the Outreach /Distance Education Librarian.
Outreach / Distance Education Librarian
Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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