We welcome you to the Lila D. Bunch Library! We are here to support you in your teaching and research by providing comprehensive collections of resources, instruction for your students, and other services to support and enhance your work. Please feel free to ask questions and make suggestions. And stop by the library - we'd love to meet you!
The library's first and second floors and the atriums are open 24 hours from Sunday at 1:00pm through Friday at 7:00pm.
The entire library is open:
Monday - Thursday 7:00am - 11:00pm
Friday 7:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm - 11:00pm
The Media Center closes at 10:00pm.
For exceptions and holiday hours, click here.
Each department is assigned a liaison librarian. Your librarian can answer all of your questions regarding information literacy instruction for your students, ordering of library materials for the collection, and services that Bunch Library can provide for you.
Reserve items, both print and media, are kept at the Circulation Desk on the first floor of the library.
To place items on reserve, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about reserves, contact:
The research librarians provide a robust, enriching information literacy program. You can find out more about it by clicking on the "Information Literacy Program" tab at the top of this page. Information literacy instruction is a strong component of the First Year Seminar, First Year Writing, and Third Year Writing courses. We also provide discipline-specific instruction, tailored to your needs, for courses and assignments in any discipline.
The librarians will visit your students in your classrooms to provide instruction. It will be helpful if the students bring laptops to class on the day the instruction is scheduled. We also suggest that the class instructor remain in the room and we welcome your participation and input.
To schedule an instruction session, or for any questions about our program, please contact Judy Williams (email@example.com or 615-460-6610).
All faculty are encouraged to read the First Year Seminar Anthology (3rd ed., 2017) and make connections to their courses from the content. If you have questions about the anthology, please contact the Department of General Education.