The Cushing Library at HNU has a comprehensive list of resources and services available to our Faculty in support of their course curriculum.
Services for Faculty include:
Adding a course reserve item for your students to use is as easy as filling out this form and dropping off your items at the Circulation Desk. You set the terms of the loan period and we manage its access and circulation.
The Cushing Library has 2 large flatbed scanners for HNU faculty use to assist in digitizing course-related content. Kindly note that Faculty is responsible for adhering to any applicable copyright laws.
Supported file types include PDF, Quick PDF, TIFF, PNG, JPG, Rich Text/DOC, and even MP3 audio files (for further accessibility of your course materials). Please see our Scanning Guide here for additional features of our scanning technology.
Need a copy of an article, book, movie, DVD, etc. not in our collection? We can request a copy for you from one of our many state-wide, national, or international partners.
Have a suggestion for a new item to add to our collection? Let us know using the linked form for book purchases.
Would you like to use our 20 desktop Mac classroom for a research session? You can reserve the classroom with full up to date software for your course.
HNU's subscriptions to the highlighted resources above are freely available to current Faculty, Staff and Students.
Training on these resources is provided through scheduled workshops as well as on request by students/faculty.
The HNU library has a variety of adapters, chargers, cameras, and other A/V equipment available for loan. Check out our full list of available equipment.
Our ever expanding list of subject specific guides will help you and your students in your research with high-quality content compiled by the librarians at HNU.
Contact the HNU librarians for assistance with any library or resource related questions you may have.
Many of the databases available at the HNU Library have multimedia content for use in your courses. Below is a small sampling of some of those databases.