Librarians are available to help you or your students navigate library resources and find appropriate sources for any research project. Contact us by email, phone, chat, or in person if we can help.
If you want to make research consultations with a librarian a part of a particular assignment for your students, please email us to discuss the details.
Librarians are happy to meet with you if you are developing or revamping a course to help identify supporting materials that may already be available in the library's collections or from open educational resource collections or that library can acquire to support your course. Using library resources (ebooks, videos, image collections, interactive study tools, etc.) to supplement or replace textbooks may reduce the cost for your students and help support a greater variety of learning styles. Contact a librarian if you would like to schedule a consultation.
JBU policy requires all members of the University community to familiarize themselves and follow copyright and fair use requirements. You can contact a librarian if you have questions about the use of copyrighted material for research, instruction, or related activities, or if you have questions about managing the copyright of materials that you or your students have created. We can provide you with information about the current state of copyright law, especially as relates to education. Please note: We are not lawyers and DO NOT offer legal advice.