Support from the library for your courses and research
Subject liaison librarians
Each department is assigned a subject liaision who manages the book and journal fund and provides research and teaching support for that subject area. They will be happy to arrange an appointment with you.
Subject liaison services
Library instruction & teaching support
The Libraries' teaching program consists of three elements: program/course integrated instruction; general workshops; and online instructional resources designed to help our community of users find, access, use, evaluate, and cite resources in our print and electronic collections.
Instructional sessions and classroom support
Book a librarian to visit your classroom or meet with your students online. Consult a librarian for input on designing research assignments.
What is information literacy and how can I incorporate it into my classroom?
Learn more about information skills and how they impact your students.
View short video tutorials on a wide range of research- and library-related topics.
Instructional initiatives at Dal Libraries
Learn about some instructional activities involving Dal librarians.
Subject guides are created by librarians to assist students with disciplinary research. Find the guide for your discipline, or contact your subject liaison to request a course-specific guide.
The Libraries provide support for both physical and online course eReserves, including copyright assistance.
Centre for Learning & Teaching
Contact the CLT for support related to teaching practices, curriculum planning, educational technologies, and institutional policies and infrastructure.
Course & Program Library Assessments
If you need a library assessment for a new/amended course or new program, your liaison librarian can help.
Research trip? Sabbatical? Dalhousie Libraries continue to support your work away from campus.
Document delivery for Dalhousie faculty
Need to borrow material not available at Dalhousie? The Libraries offer a document delivery (interlibrary loan) service.
We can help with your questions about Open Access. Our institutional repository (DalSpace) satisfies the OA requirements of most funding agencies.
Need help creating a data management plan, finding an appropriate repository for your open data, and preparing your data for deposit?
All of the services and resources available on our website can be accessed both on-campus and off-campus.
Other Library cards (for faculty working off-campus for extended periods of time)