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Faculty Resources

Policies and procedures for faulty and adjuncts needing library resources or instruction.

IRSC Helpful Forms & Documents

Research Consultations

Book an appointment with your closest librarian to get research help or personal instruction in any library service.

Alexis Carlson
Ft. Pierce  772-462-7194

Mia Tignor
Ft. Pierce 772-462-7124

Brett Williams
Ft. Pierce 772-462-7587

Kendra Auberry
Port St. Lucie 772-336-6268

Sara Johnson
Port St. Lucie 772-336-6382

Angie Neely-Sardon
Vero Beach 772-226-2544

Information Literacy

An information literate person recognizes a need for information and knows where and how to get that need satisfied. It is becoming more important to teach information literacy to students due to the overwhelming amount of free information produced on the web. Students today believe they know how to search the web and get needed information, but many do not decipher the merits of the source when selecting websites to use in a scholarly research assignment. Students need to know how and when to search the Internet for information. They also need to realize the importance and availability of library resources as students, professionals, and citizens.

LibGuides in Blackboard

Embed your favorite LibGuide right into Blackboard. Just copy and paste the LibGuide URL and add it to your course resources or lessons page.

LibGuide in Angel

Digital Media Assignment Assistance Available

Assigning videos as class projects is a great way to encourage students to interact with course material in new ways which may be more relevant to how they like to learn. There are special considerations to be made for media projects-- including copyright compliance, use of appropriate sources, and citing sources properly in a digital work. Librarians are available to assist by way of instructional research sessions, one-on-one and small group appointments, and are also available to help you design your next project. Assistance with available free technology sources is also available. 

Adjunct Faculty Workspaces at IRSC

Need a place to get work done in between classes? Need to meet with students outside the classroom? Find dedicated workspaces at all IRSC campus locations here.

Custom LibGuides

Need a course or assignment specific LibGuide? Send the details to any librarian to get a customized LibGuide just for your students.

Additional Resources