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Getting Started

Find your Librarian / Subject Specialist

  • Contact your librarian to schedule a classroom session, suggest library materials, and collaborate

Ready-to-Use Instructional Materials

  • Materials to incorporate into your classes

Suggest a Book / Material for the Collection

  • Online form for material suggestions

Faculty Scholarship and Teaching Tools: Getting Published

  • Targeting journals for publication, teaching & learning journals, publishing book resources & more

6 Steps for New Faculty

  • Helpful steps to get started with the library

Research Guides (LibGuides)

  • Subject specific and course guides to library resources created by subject librarian specialists

Persistent Links Information

  • Learn how to create a URL that will remain stable over time and allows a user to access the linked document later

Integrating the Library into Canvas

  • A guide to putting the library to work in your Canvas courses. Suggestions of ways to integrate information sources, instruction, and librarian support into your courses.

Course Reserves


Library Workshops

The FGCU Library provides free workshops that are designed primarily for FGCU students, faculty, and staff. These one-hour, hands-on sessions provide training on a variety of research topics in a casual atmosphere. Topics include:

  • Basics of library research
  • Research for grad students
  • Subject-specific resources

FGCU Author Series

Information, eligibility, criteria, & submission form