The Cheyney library is a powerful intellectual and social space where students and teachers gather ideas, exchange points of view, and learn together:
Library Services are transitioning to include a virtual component for both faculty and staff. Current technology supports multiple learning experiences and remote access to library resources is provided. Students will employ information fluency, technology, and critical thinking skills in subject-area learning experiences.
Faculty Librarians will create a vibrant and dynamic learning commons where students can inquire, discover, read, view, listen, collaborate, create and present in a future-focused learning environment. Students will be information fluent learners equipped with highly developed critical & creative thinking skills required for lifelong learning.
Faculty are encouraged to reach out to the University Librarians to make arrangements for their course information literacy, reference, and research needs.
Students and teachers have access to a qualified Teacher Librarian. Students have equitable access to high-quality resources in a variety of formats that support curricular and instructional goals and respond to diverse student needs and interests. Students have access to a wide range of quality digital recreational reading material to broaden horizons and boost literacy.
Students are also be able use the Ask-A-Librarian link on the website to request instructional support assistance with library services and coursework materials.