Library Resources for Faculty

Library Liaison Program

A librarian liaison is assigned to each department to support your library-related needs. Your librarian liaison can serve as your initial point of contact and assist you with the services described below.

Supporting Your Students

Supporting Your Students

Library Instruction: Introducing the Information Fluency Plan

The library's Information Fluency Plan outlines our instructional goals and initiatives. Explore the Plan to discover opportunities to partner with an instructional librarian.

Teaching Resource Center

The Teaching Resource Center facilitates a program for teaching excellence to equip faculty with the skills and resources to make a difference in the lives of our students and community. Learn more about our circulating print and e-resource collection, faculty-led workshop series, and campus collaborations.

Getting Librar Materials

Getting Library Materials

Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery

Request campus or electronic delivery of both Campbell library materials and interlibrary loans (ILL).

Course Reserves

Place materials for the courses you teach on print or electronic Course Reserves. E-mail or use the Reserve Request Form.

Library Materials Ordering

Request for the library to order materials through your department.

Supporting Your Research

Supporting Your Research

Faculty Support Coordinator

The library offers personalized re­search assistance for faculty proj­ects, including executing searches, creating research strategies, and locating hard-to-find sources.

Faculty Lightning Talks

An opportunity to share your research with the Campbell community, Faculty Lightning Talks are informal, fast-paced presentations held once a semester in the library's Periodicals Reading Room.

Faculty Study

A number of carrels are available in the Faculty Study on the third floor of Wiggins Hall to facilitate faculty research and publication projects. Assignment is on a first come, first served basis, with the duration of assignment based on faculty need and demand.


Pivot is a research funding database that allows you to create your own profile, which will be used to find funding opportunities that match your expertise and research interests. It also enables you to collaborate with colleagues and organize your own searches for grants and other funding.


CU FIND is an online faculty profile system that showcases Campbell University members’ achievements in research, teaching, and professional service. Each profile provides space to cite or link to one’s research, highlight teaching accomplishments, list service commitments, and provide basic information such as a professional biography, grants, and degrees. CU FIND also serves as an institutional repository to preserve and provide access to Campbell University’s intellectual output. The repository currently hosts more than 3,500 articles, presentations, and abstracts. Together, these services showcase the breadth of Campbell University's scholarly work.

Learn more about library services in the Faculty Handbook. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to contact us.