The library staff is available to help you with any of your instruction and research needs. Never hesitate to contact the library for assistance with finding resources, paper or online. Many resources are available to assist you and your students.
Using our Discovery @ Clarence Mitchell Library search tool, you can search across a number of library resources. See what is available at Highland and 70 other PrairieCat libraries. Request books, find articles, e-books and other library materials online.
Take advantage of campus-wide access to the full-text of this week’s Chronicle of Higher Education.
Films on Demand
You can access Films on Demand from within the results screen in the Discovery interface. Login with your HCC network username and password is required to use Films on Demand from home. Choose the video tab to search only Films on Demand. You will find lots of great content for your courses. Add Films on Demand to your Moodle course so students can access the video content anytime.
Instructional videos created by HCC Librarians are available for your use in your face-to-face or virtual classroom.
Statista is a statistics portal that provides data in a variety of fields. The content focuses on current (not historical) statistics. Encourage your students to make use of this resource to improve their understanding and use of statistical data. Ready-made tables and charts are available for download to insert into papers, projects, presentations and your Moodle courses. Learn about Statista or share a tutorial with your students with this brief instructional video.
Research Consultations/ Classroom Instruction
We encourage you to send your students to our staff librarians (Laura Watson or Michael Skwara) for assistance with their research papers and projects.
Librarians are available to come to your classrooms to discuss discipline-specific resources, research instruction and other aspects of Information Literacy, and for library tours or demonstrations of library resources.
Additional Resources & Services for Faculty
Interlibrary Loan Request form
(you will be prompted for your library card and pin numbers)
Course reserves (traditional or online)
Assistance with development of research-based assignments