Fill out this form and submit to us so that we can create an Anatolia Libraries borrowing account for you.
ACT instructors do not need to present an ID card at the Library Hub in order to borrow. However, it is necessary for every new faculty member to submit the Faculty Membership Form during their first teaching semester/term. The form is embedded at the "How do I borrow?" question.
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Instructors do not pay any fines for overdue materials, however, we kindly request that you return them as soon as possible so that other users may borrow the titles upon request.
Both B&W and color printouts and photocopies can be made using the self-service procedure (for help getting started please ask at the Bissell Library Hub).
It is in the Copy Room (Room 109), Bissell Library lower level.
Yes (please ask at the Library Hub).
Instructors may use the Bissell Library printer without charge. Please note that there is a printer for faculty located next to the mailboxes area in the basement of our building.
The procedure is identical to the use of the faculty printer at the basement of the Bissell Library buidling.
Library staff can assist you with your printouts/photocopies. Please ask at the Bissell Library Hub.
The learning Hub service is designed to offer advice and guidance (not only to students) on:
Please refer your students to the Learning Hub tutors for one-to-one sessions on writing, study, math, science, and digital skills. Explore the Learning Hub website which includes curated content relating to all the above skills and identify tutorials to add to your Moodle course as links. Don’t forget to promote these online resources to students.
The Bissell Library Lab (Lab 7 / Room 211) is equipped with 24 computer stations for students, one for the instructor, two whiteboards out of which one can also be used as a smartboard, and a projector. It may be booked by faculty for classes via Bissell Library Hub (firstname.lastname@example.org ; +30 (2310) 398-390). Reservations are made on a first-come-first-served basis giving priority to Information Literacy teaching.
Each ACT academic division has a dedicated Academic Liaison Librarian based in the Bissell Library.
Each ACT academic division has a member of faculty who can facilitate communication between the library and the division.
Yes, you are welcome to make suggestions for consideration to your Academic Liaison Librarian. For print books please provide author or editor / title / ISBN / edition (if relevant). New titles for journals and databases can be submitted to us throughout the year will be considered during the summer break.
The Bissell Library can source the article via the British Library On Demand service. You may submit an Article Request Form.
The Bissell Library maintains a Faculty Development Collection shelved separately at the Ground Floor East Wing.
You may search our ebooks database too. Here you may find a selected list of ebooks on Teaching and Learning.