Faculty & Staff Resources

Faculty & Staff Resources

We offer many resources and services that can help both you  and your students.  Please stop by the Woodbridge library in Seefeldt room  427, and let us know how we can help!

Library Instruction—Bring your class to the  library to learn valuable research skills using NOVA’s book catalog and  databases.  Sessions can be tailored to specific class assignments.   Attention will be given to developing good research skills, locating and  selecting appropriate online and print materials, and citing sources.   Appointments can be made in person, by phone (703 878-5733) or from the link  below.

*Library Instruction Area – Library instruction/research is the priority for the library instruction area.  Faculty should contact library staff regarding availability for other uses.  The library is unable to accommodate semester length or regular use of the instruction area for other programs.
Request for Library Instruction – Bring your class to the library to learn valuable research skills! Sessions will be tailored to your assignments. Simply complete the Request form online and click “Submit”.

Persistent URLs  Stable links to articles, search results, or e-book chapters in the online library databases.

Reserves—Place library  materials, personal copies, audiovisuals, and class lectures on reserve for  your students to use in the library.

Reserve Processing Request Form  Please fill out this form to place an item on reserve.

Copyright Information Confused about copyright? Get some answers here.
Material  SelectionRequest purchase of  individual titles or materials in specific subject areas for the library  collection.  Consider coming into the library to evaluate your subject  specialty area with the collection.
Interlibrary  Loans—NOVA  librarians can locate and request materials nationwide for your research needs.
Intercampus  Loans –materials  from other NOVA Campuses can be sent to the pickup location campus of your  choice.

Suggestions– Please choose Woodbridge and give us your input or questions. Thanks