Logo_Blue_282The Janet D. Greenwood Library

offers access to hundreds of thousands of print books and e-books, as well as over 30,000 audiovisual items (including DVDs, CDs, and streaming videos), and 800 journals. Most of our over 300 online databases can be accessed remotely with your Lancernet ID. In addition, the Library can obtain resources not available in its collections from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan. The Library also has laptops (Dell and Apple), iPads, cameras, projectors, and other multimedia equipment available for checkout.

Greenwood Library supports the Digital Commons @ Longwood, an open-access archive of the scholarship, creative output, and administrative records of Longwood University. The DC allows for a variety of content, including pre-prints, working papers, journal articles, dissertations, master’s theses, conference proceedings, presentations, data sets, images, and a wide variety of other content types.Faculty can use the Digital Commons as a platform to make their work available to the public and other scholars; the “SelectedWorks” feature allows faculty to create and manage their own personal researcher pages.

Librarians provide library instruction sessions tailored to specific course objectives and assignments, as well as basic library orientation and one-on-one research consultations.

Requests for materials purchases to support faculty teaching and research can be referred to your department’s library liaison.

For more information about the libguides, visit: http://libguides.longwood.edu/index.php

For more about library services for faculty, visit: http://library.longwood.edu