Research help is available:
For a general guide to searching and utilizing the Library's resources, both print and electronic, consult our How Do I...? Guide
GKML librarians have created research guides for many classes and subject areas. If you would like to collaborate on a guide for your classes or subject areas, please contact email@example.com. Reference librarians routinely build new guides and may contact you directly with in-progress guides related to specific courses or topic areas.
GKML librarians offer instruction to help your students acquire college-level research skills. Please complete our Library Instruction Schedule Form to request Library Instruction. Instruction sessions are generally held in The Snyder-Fugger Instructional and Training Center (Room 117). Virtual sessions via Zoom are also available.
Library staff have created a shareable Virtual Reference Desk module in Canvas that can easily be imported into any course shell from the commons. The standard module includes a directory of important links and an open discussion board for research questions related to the class, but it can also be amended with other resources as needed. Alongside this module, reference librarians can be embedded in the course on Canvas to be available directly to students. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up this service for your course.
Room 117, on GKML's ground floor, is used for training and information literacy sessions. It features an interactive TV and 24 laptop workstations.This room and its equipment may be used by all on campus for trainings, meetings, group work, and individual classes as needed. Please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for training on the proper use and maintenance of equipment PRIOR to reserving the room. Email email@example.com or call Kathleen Deeming (x2276) for reservations.
Submit requests to purchase books, media, e-books, or databases to Cathy Fennell (firstname.lastname@example.org or x2973).
Contact Kathleen Deeming (email@example.com or x2276) to place items on reserve. Reserved items will be kept at the circulation desk as non-circulating so that they will be consistently available for your students to use in the library. You may also include URLs on your reserves list, and students can access them directly from the list. A new course reserves system will be rolled out for the Fall 2021 term.
For media equipment set up and technical support in the Rotwitt Theater and Lawrence Auditorium, or to be trained on the Sympodium in the Global Classroom, contact Liam Fennell (firstname.lastname@example.org or x2278.) These services require 48 hours advance notice.
A valid Rosemont ID is your library card. It is required when borrowing library materials. Rosemont faculty may borrow an unlimited number of books for 1 year and AV materials for 1 week. Request renewals by emailing email@example.com, calling the information desk (x2271), or inquiring in person.