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Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty and Staff Resources

Many Cayuga faculty and staff members wish to use technology and other instructional resources to improve their professional performance and enhance presentations for classes or other professional activities. To assist them, the Faculty–Staff Resource Center, a department of the Library, offers equipment, software, print and electronic media.

The center’s Auburn location is on the main level of the library. Its Fulton location is in room F160, with print collections housed in the library.

Explore the resources available to you at Cayuga. Whether you're doing research for publication, graduate coursework, or just looking for information, we invite you to contact a librarian for assistance.

Please select from the following topics for additional information:

 

Technical Resources Available

Auburn Campus Fulton Campus
Computer Workstations with CD Burner
   MS Office with Publisher
   MS FrontPage
   Omni Page Pro (scanning documents)
   Photoshop
   Adobe Reader
   Adobe Acrobat
   Adobe Audition
Color Printer
Scanner
Card Reader
Photocopier
Shredder
Computer Workstations with CD Burner
   MS Office with Publisher
   MS Front Page
   Photoshop
   Adobe Reader
   Adobe Acrobat
   additional programs
Adobe Creative Suite
Color Printer
Scanner
Shredder

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Information Center

  • Books and Videos in CAYLIB, the library catalog – See all the items available from the Cayuga FRC collections focusing on issues in higher education including assessment, teaching techniques, distance learning, and adjunct support.
  • Current magazine/journal/newspaper subscriptions – Newest issues of education titles are available for browsing and borrowing. Titles focus on such topics as higher education, community colleges, developmental education, and teaching methods.
  • Education Subscription Databases – These special databases offer citations, abstracts, and often the full text of articles on education topics. Faculty and staff can access them from anywhere on campus, simply by clicking on the links below. Accessing them from off–campus will require log–in authentication.
    • Education Research Complete – articles, conference papers and research on all areas of education
    • ERIC – access to information from CIJE and RIE, including ERIC digests
    • ITPro (Books 24x7) – Up–to–date technology full text content on topics ranging from hardware, software applications to security and web design
    • Professional Development Collection – Articles and reports for professional educators, librarians, and researchers.
    • turnitin.com – online plagiarism detection service for faculty with students. It assists in identifying non–original material in papers.

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Programs

The center sponsors and co–sponsors professional development events to support teaching and learning. Many programs offer technical support or provide discussion forums on issues in higher education.

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Services

The FRC provides a variety of services to the College faculty and staff. Hardware, software, photocopying and support are available during most Library hours. Contact Sherry Kelsey (Auburn x 2425) for help with projects or equipment.

Individual or small group meeting space may also be reserved by contacting the Library.

Interlibrary Loan services are available to all College employees. Books, articles, and media may be requested from libraries throughout the United States. Contact Sharon Farrar (Auburn x 2290) or Diane Holbert (Fulton x 3018) for assistance.

Online Request Forms

You will need Adobe Reader to view the files below (in PDF format only). You can get it for free here.

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Useful Links

Cayuga–Specific Information

General Information

For additional information about the Faculty–Staff Resource Center, please contact the Library Director (Auburn x 2291).

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