One easy thing instructors can do is incorporate information about the SRSU Library and Archives into their syllabi.
Even if a course does not require an explicit research component, the Library and Archives offer many opportunities for students to expand their learning.
Simply by sharing information with your students about the Library and Archives, you’ll encourage them to consider these opportunities.
Feel free to craft your own statement, or share ours:
The Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library and Archives of the Big Bend in Alpine offers FREE resources and services to the entire SRSU community. Access and borrow books, articles, and more by visiting the library’s website, library.sulross.edu. Off-campus access requires logging in with your LoboID and password. Librarians are a tremendous resource for your coursework and can be reached in person, by email (email@example.com), or phone (432-837-8123).
No matter where you are based, public libraries and many academic and special libraries welcome the general public into their spaces for study. SRSU TexShare Cardholders can access additional services and resources at various libraries across Texas. Learn more about the TexShare program by visiting library.sulross.edu/texshare or ask a librarian by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
New for Fall 2023: Mike Fernandez, SRSU Librarian, is based in Eagle Pass (Building D-129) to offer specialized library services to students, faculty, and staff. Utilize free services such as InterLibrary Loan and ScanIt to get materials delivered to you at home or via email.