For Faculty

Library Instruction & Information Literacy Activities 

The PML Information Literacy Program is based on the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and includes instruction sessions, guest lectures, assignment consultations, tutorials, and much more. Visit the link for more information and to schedule a class visit.

Schedule A Research Appointment

Click the button below to schedule a one-on-one appointment with one of our expert librarians.


Your Library Liaison

A collaborative and interactive partnership with specific UTM disciplinary and departmental assignments – liaisons are your academic/instructional library advocates.

Request for Library Purchase

Purchase requests may be submitted by completing the Library's Purchase Recommendation Form.

Book a Library Classroom

The Paul Meek Library includes 3 classrooms available for instructional activities: 

  • Library 118 – located in the Media Center, the Ryan Seminar Room seats 65 and provides projection and other audiovisual capabilities
  • Library 120 – located in the Media Center, the room seats 24 and provides projection and other audiovisual capabilities
  • Library 215 is a technology-equipped classroom that seats 28 and includes individual computers and distance education capability

Requesting a Faculty Study Room

Library Faculty Study Rooms can be requested by completing the “Faculty Reserved Library Study Rooms” form and submitting it to the Library Director’s Office.

Search Citation Information

Locate journal articles using a citation search. Fill in the form with the journal title, article title, author, and/or publication date to see if you can access the article electronically.