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Faculty Guide to Forsyth Library: FAQ

A guide to Forsyth Library materials and services for on-campus faculty at Fort Hays State University

Student Success

How can I partner with the Library to help my students succeed?

  1. Get to Know Your Liaison
  2. Tell Us About Your Goals for Your Students
  3. Partner with us to Assess your Students’ Information Literacy Skills
  4. Request Library Instruction for your Course
  5. Tell Your Students about our On-Call Program
  6. Attend and Promote Library Programs
  7. Give us your Feedback

Study Space

Is there Faculty space in the Library?

The Faculty Study Room, FL 017, can be reserved online. Ask at the Learning Commons Desk to get the access code.

There are also more rooms and study rooms available for reservation.


How can I get help with Copyright and Fair Use?

See the Research Guide below for help with public domain, educational exceptions, licenses, fair use, requesting permissions, and attributions.  You can also contact:

Claire Nickerson, Learning Initiatives & OER Librarian  785.628.4543


Jennifer Sauer, Scholar Services/E-Resources Librarian  (785)628-5262

Scholarly Communication

Can the Library help me with my scholarly writing?

Get help with scholarly publishing, including formatting references, learning about bibliometrics, choosing a journal, reviewing a publication agreement, and uploading articles to the FHSU Scholars Repository.

Share Your Scholarly News

How does FHSU recognize faculty scholarship?

Faculty who have recently published a scholarly article or book, or showcased creative works can submit the Scholarly News Form to be recognized for your exciting accomplishment. Your news will be shared on social media, featured in the Scholarship Spotlight slideshow in the library and online, and recognized in an annual press release and event celebrating faculty scholarship.