About Pepperdine University Libraries
Resources for Faculty
The library has a long tradition of working with faculty to achieve the university's academic mission. If you're a new faculty member be sure to stop by the library and introduce yourself. Resources for faculty include instruction and research services, information about borrowing library materials and faculty reciprocal borrowing privileges, and library workshops. Contact your department's library liaison and learn about how we can help you with subject guides, library instruction, and course materials. We look forward to working with you.
Instruction and Research Services
Classroom instruction, workshops, and individual consultation in information-seeking skills and the use of library resources may be arranged.
Library Subject Liaisons
Librarians available to provide assistance in specific subject areas.
In addition to individual research consultations, Pepperdine librarians have assembled an impressive collection of subject guides across all academic disciplines to help patrons identify appropriate resources. When requesting Library Instruction ask your librarian about a customized InfoGuide for your class.
Creating Permanent Links to Articles With Library Databases
Document outlines ways in which professors and librarians can create permanent links from HTML web pages to full-text articles or citations.
Electronic databases, including some full-text and full-image, are available for curriculum-related use
Borrowing Privileges & Responsibilities
Loan policy for faculty who borrow materials from the University libraries.
Reciprocal Borrowing Privileges
Faculty reciprocal borrowing through SCELC, OCLC, and UCLA.
Information resources and tools needed to support University instructional programs are acquired and made available
Procedures for Library Acquisitions Requests
Policies and procedures for the ordering of materials for Payson Library.