Services for Faculty

A number of services such as information literacy workshops, library orientation tours, and research and subject guides, course reserves and document delivery are available to faculty.

Information Literacy Workshops

Faculty members may request a workshop for the students enrolled in their classes (Workshop forms for faculty). These workshops can range in focus from specific topics that may better clarify aspects of the facilities, to more generalized, casual workshops that present an overview of several topics of interest.

Library Tours and Orientation Programs

Mohammed VI Library offers a variety of library orientation programs throughout the year for faculty and students. These orientations can include demonstrations of the library Online Catalog, electronic resources, services, and general tours of the library. All sessions are conducted by library staff and tailored to meet the needs of the AUI community.

Research Guides

Faculty may also request course-related library research/subject guides. These invaluable roadmaps help to assist patrons in everything from brainstorming potential topic ideas right down to evaluating information sources.

Course Reserves

Faculty members also have the freedom to place books, articles, and other items on Reserve for their courses (Course Reserves Form). This means of asset-marshalling allows for a broader range of students enrolled in the same course to benefit from in-demand resources.

 Document Delivery

  •    Requesting Articles through Document Delivery

The Document Delivery Service (DDS) allows for journal articles not available through subscription databases and journals to be provided to AUI faculty and graduate students to meet their academic and/or instructional needs. Requests are processed on a case-by-case basis, as they come.

  •     Suggesting a Purchase

Purchase request of books in print or electronic versions can be made through the “Suggest a Purchase Request Form” available on the OPAC.

 Off-Campus Access

By allowing access to the Mohammed VI Library’s e-Resources from off-campus, faculty members continue to benefit from the richness of information at their disposal on a permanent basis.