The Armacost Library offers an array of services that extend its usefulness and function beyond the Eckerd campus.
The selection of holdings grows exponentially through the use of interlibrary loan. You’ll also find information to assist with connecting to library resources from home. Additionally, an entire section of resources for faculty use serve to enhance the learning experience at Eckerd.
Personal Librarian Program
Designed to introduce all new residential students with the services and collections available and to provide a personal point of contact.
Your Personal Librarian will contact you occasionally throughout the semester to let you know about new databases and tools, upcoming events of interest, or research strategies.Meet your Personal Librarian
Your Personal Librarian will…
- Keep you informed with periodic e-mail messages highlighting new resources and programs specifically for students, as well as notices such as extended/reduced library hours
- Answer questions about Library policies, procedures and services
- Assist with finding information for research assignments, by helping you identify the best sources, and formulate search strategies
Your Personal Librarian will not…
- Set up your computer
- Do your research, make photocopies or write your papers
If you have questions about any of the resources or topics covered in these tutorial, please ask a Reference Librarian for assistance.
If a librarian taught a library instruction class for you and a course guide was created, it can be found here.
Eckerd Student Library Tutorial Project
Explore this collection of videos created by Professor Antonia Krueger‘s Voice Acting class. Learn how to print, check your library account, and use the Library’s collection of e-Books.
Scholarship as a Conversation
Exploring the idea that scholarship is a conversation among researchers by Eckerd College Librarian, Carl DiNardo.