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Resources for Faculty

Grafton library happily supports Mary Baldwin faculty as they educate, embolden and empower our students. The following pages include information about services the library offers to faculty. You can use the navigation menu on the left or the buttons before to explore. If you have any questions, please contact a librarian.

For information about Information Literacy instruction, services and workshops available to you and your students, please see our Library Instruction page. You can also request Library Instruction for your classes.

 

See the Adding Content to your Courses page for information about using the library's reserve system or adding electronic resources to your Blackboard Courses. For more information on Mary Baldwin's Copyright Policy, see our Copyright Policy page.

 

For information about Faculty library privileges and policies, please see our Faculty ILL and Borrowing page.

 

Please see our Adding Material to the Collection page for more information about requesting material to be added to the library's collection or our collection development policy.


Library Liaison Program

A librarian is assigned to each academic department in an effort to maintain awareness of departmental projects, programs, and initiatives that have implications for the library collection and services. The liaison also strives to keep the department aware of library services and materials of interest to the department. Please keep your liaison aware of your department's projects and changing research needs.

Find the liaison for your academic area in the side panels of this page. If you're unsure which liaison to contact, you can always email your departmental news and book requests to ask@marybaldwin.edu.

Anaya Jones's picture
Anaya Jones
Contact:
(540) 887-7316
rajones@marybaldwin.edu
Ask for me at the Circulation Desk

Liaison Subject Areas:

Art, Biology, Chemistry, English, Foreign Languages, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Religion, Theatre.



Liaison Subject Areas:

American Studies, Anthropology, Business, Communication & Marketing, Criminal Justice, Economics, Health Care Administration, History, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology.