The institution, through ownership or formal arrangements or agreements, provides and supports student and faculty access and user privileges to adequate library collections and services and to other learning/information resources consistent with the degrees offered.  Collections, resources, and services are sufficient to support all its educational, research, and public service programs.

Compliance JudgmentIn compliance                

Narrative

East Carolina University (hereafter, ECU or the institution) provides students and faculty with access and user privileges to library collections, services and other learning/information resources to fully support the degrees offered and the institution’s educational, research, clinical, and public service programs.  East Carolina University is served by two libraries:  J.Y. Joyner Library (main academic library) and William E. Laupus Health Sciences Library.  While the two libraries have separate mission statements (Joyner library mission statement, Laupus library mission statement), primarily serve separate constituencies, and have different reporting structures (ECU Organizational Chart), they collaborate on projects, library systems, and initiatives that benefit the entire ECU community such as the Virtual Library @ ECU.  Separately, each library provides additional collections and services appropriate to the needs of their user populations and the institution’s programs.

Adequacy of Joint Online Library Collections, Resources and Services

Three important online services are provided jointly by the libraries through a shared budget administered as the Virtual Library @ ECU:  the library catalog system from SirsiDynix, the Summon One Search web-scale discovery service from Serials Solutions, and the E-Journal/E-Book PortalThe online library catalog allows researchers to search the holdings of Joyner and Laupus Libraries simultaneously.  It provides users autonomy and control through features that allow them to renew materials, recall items, place Pull & Hold requests, place rush cataloging requests, and make interlibrary loan requests from within the library catalog interface. Staff at each library ensures that these services are executed efficiently and accurately.  

Summon One Search provides cross-searching of multiple subscription databases, the libraries’ catalogs, and their digital collections, with results presented in one relevancy ranked list. The E-Journal/E-Book Portal provides access to more than 68,000 e-journals and 270,000 e-books. These services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to all on-campus and distance education ECU students, faculty and staff, regardless of location. 

In addition, The ScholarShip, ECU’s institutional repository, was created jointly by Joyner and Laupus Libraries to provide a digital archive of the scholarly output of ECU faculty and students.  Deposit of ECU theses and dissertations in the repository became mandatory in spring 2010.  Faculty are encouraged to deposit works to which they retain copyright.  Librarians advise faculty and graduate students on authors’ rights and publishing options.  The University’s Copyright Officer is a member of the Joyner Library faculty.

Committees with members from both libraries monitor each of these services and ensure that continuous quality improvement occurs based on user feedback, vendor enhancements, and local programming and interface design.  Committees’ annual reports and work plans document their activities [Discovery, ERRC, OPAC, Scholarly Communication].

The Joyner and Laupus websites provide comprehensive information about collections, resources and services.  The Joyner Library Electronic Database List and the Laupus Library Electronic Resources web page provide quick and easy access to more than 470 subscription and high-quality free online resources.   In FY2010-2011, there were 2,735,096 page views of the Joyner Library website and 529,174 visits to Laupus Library’s site.  In FY 2010-2011, Joyner Library users executed more than three million searches in the 204 electronic resources for which COUNTER statistics are available and retrieved nearly 1.4 million full-text articles from these resources.  Laupus Library had more than 156,000 searches of its health sciences-related databases with 100,000+ full-text articles retrieved in FY 2010-2011.

User aids on both library websites include How Do I, and, Ask a Librarian services, and LibGuide research guides.  Current video tutorials and help sheets assist students and faculty in using library research resources and services and are posted on the Electronic Resources Help Sheets and Tutorials websiteDistance Education Online Tutorials are available for Distance Education students. Some of the tutorials have self-paced quizzes, including Graduate 101, a tutorial aimed specifically at graduate students. Specific information is provided for users with disabilities on the Joyner Library Disability Services and the Laupus Library Students with Disabilities pages.

Access to Collections, Resources and Services

All faculty, staff, and students have access to physical as well as online collections.  ECU students, faculty and staff present an ECU OneCard or distance education student card to check out materials.  Borrowing periods range from one week for media materials to an academic year for monographs checked out by faculty.   Circulation analysis information is available the following charts: Joyner Borrower Type Analysis 2010-2012 and Laupus Library circulation. Access to online resources from off-campus is controlled by a proxy server that uses the individual’s university e-mail username (ECU Pirate ID) and passphrase for authentication.  Directions on how to connect to the library’s electronic resources from home are available online. Library hours are modified as needed to meet users’ needs.  In January 2012, Joyner Library added seven hours to its weekend schedule. In response to student feedback, Laupus Library provides extended hours during exam periods and in spring 2012 lengthened its hours from 5pm to 8pm on Friday and Saturday nights.

Reference services are provided in person, by telephone, text, e-mail and instant messaging.  Traditional reference services are offered at the Joyner and Laupus Library reference desks, the Teaching Resources Center, the North Carolina Collection, Manuscripts and Rare Books, University Archives, and the Music Library.  Library users may make appointments with subject specialists if they need in-depth assistance.  Laupus Library also provides reference services to clinicians at Vidant Health Center, ECU’s primary teaching hospital, as well as delivering library services and consultations to health care providers throughout the 27 counties of eastern North Carolina. 

Joyner Library has four instruction classrooms, plus a Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) and a presentation practice room.  The CLC’s design and furnishings encourage students to work and learn collaboratively, as well as individually.  With the opening of the CLC, seating on the first floor increased from 340 to 525.  Laupus Library has two smart classrooms available for library instruction.   Additional information about the adequacy of library facilities is provided in the narrative for Comprehensive Standard 3.8.1 Learning/Information Resources, while the library instruction programs are discussed in the report for Comprehensive Standard 3.8.2.

Access to Collections, Resources and Services by Distance Education Students and Faculty

The ECU Libraries meet the relevant guideline statements for implementing and reporting on distance education programs.  Joyner Library’s Distance Education and Laupus Library’s Off Campus/Distance Education Info pages clearly present distance education students with information about available resources and services and how to access and use them. Special services are also provided to faculty teaching distance education courses on the Services for DE Faculty page. Online databases, video and electronic image resources, citation management systems, online full-text books and journals, and resources optimized for mobile devices are available to distance education students and faculty from any geographic location.  Distance Education Online Tutorials, videos, and research guides (LibGuides) ensure that point-of-need, just-in-time training assistance is available.  Special services ensure that DE students have enhanced access to physical collections as on-campus students.  These services include scanning print journal articles and reference materials with desktop electronic delivery and mailing books and other physical materials at no cost. 

In addition, the following services are offered to DE students and faculty at both libraries:

A Distance Education Coordinator at Joyner Library facilitates the delivery of library services to distance students. A Distance Education Team was appointed in 2011 to ensure coordinated service planning and implementation across all departments.  Librarians and staff members at both Joyner and Laupus Libraries work directly with distance students as services are provided. Assessment results are included in the Online Quality Council Facilities Subcommittee Report dated October 7, 2010, in the narrative of compliance for ComprehensiveStandard3.3.1.3, and in Comprehensive Standard 3.13.4.a:  Distance Education at ECU.


The Emerging Academic Initiatives Office on the ECU campus provides information about the library’s resources to DE students through the DE Student Orientation webpage and the distribution of e-mails to the distance education student listserv.

 
Adequacy of Collections, Resources and Services

Joyner Library offers a diverse collection of print, electronic, microform, and media resources developed to enhance student learning and support faculty research and service.  The Joyner Library General Collection Development Policy describes how Joyner Library builds, maintains and evaluates collections that support the instructional, research and service programs of colleges within the Division of Academic Affairs at the university, as well as related centers and institutes within the Division of Research and Graduate Studies.  The policy also covers de-selection of materials. This policy is supplemented with numerous departmental and subject guidelines.  The guidelines provide that in areas of possible overlap, such as Health and Human Performance, Joyner collection development librarians will work closely with liaison librarians from Laupus Library to provide wider access to materials and the best possible coverage without unnecessary overlap.  Location decisions are made based on the primary anticipated audience for the item. Collection development and management activities are conducted in support of the university’s and the libraries’ missions, goals, and strategic plans. 

DVDs and videocassettes are an important component of the Joyner Library collection.  Faculty members regularly submit requests for purchase of DVDs.  Approximately 500 DVDs and videos are placed on reserve by faculty during a typical semester.   During fall semester, 2010, ECU licensed Films on Demand, which provides streaming access to nearly 7,000 titles from Films for the Humanities & Sciences.  Films on Demand has dramatically expanded the ability of ECU faculty to incorporate videos into their courses, filling a need especially for distance education courses.  Additional video content was licensed in 2011 and 2012 including On the Boards, Classical Music in Video, and new Theatre in Video modules.

Laupus Library provides collections of print, electronic, media and manipulative materials to support the teaching, research, service and clinical missions of the Division of Health Sciences and the university.   The William E. Laupus Health Sciences Library Collection Development Policy guides the growth, direction and maintenance of its collections for the benefit of the library’s users.  A liaison program assigns librarians to specific schools or departments within the Division of Health Sciences to deliver targeted library services and work with faculty to develop library collections focused on curriculum, research, service and clinical programs in their specific units.  It is the responsibility of the liaisons to establish relationships with faculty to identify library and information research needs.  Liaisons and faculty make recommendations for the acquisition of resources and services required to meet those needs.

Joyner and Laupus Library holdings, 2009-2011:

Format

FY2009-10

FY2010-11

Volumes held

2,241,429

2,410,968

Current serials (print & online)

62,888

71,362

Electronic books

426,983

735,670

Microform units

2,146,721

2,128,380

Audio

28,725

32,547

Film & Video

16,453

20,719

Databases

477

487

Items in digital collections

24,156

35,476

 


















Federal Depository


Joyner Library is a selective federal depository, receiving 67% of the items available through the Federal Depository Library Program.  Joyner Library’s Federal Documents Collection consists of approximately 200,000 paper titles, 575,000 pieces of microfiche, over 5,000 CD-ROM and DVD-ROM titles, and over 50,000 sheet maps. In addition, the library provides access to over 500,000 online government titles through its Government Information Web Directory, links to FDsys (U.S. Government Printing Office’s Federal Digital System which provides free online access to federal government publications), and via records in Joyner Library's online catalog. The library purchases catalog records from Marcive Inc. for the print documents on its item profile and for all available online documents.  The item profile is reviewed annually to ensure that titles needed to support ECU teaching, learning and research are selected.  All depository items are available for the free use of the general public, and assistance is provided with their use.  Most print titles, maps, and CD/DVD-ROM materials can be checked out.  Equipment needed to access all types of federal documents is available in the Government Documents area.  As a participant in the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries Federal Documents project, Joyner Library has agreed to be a Center of Excellence for publications of the House Un-American Activities Committee and its successor, the House Committee on Internal Security.

Teaching Resources Center

Joyner Library’s Teaching Resources Center (TRC) primarily serves students enrolled in the teacher education program and educators in eastern North Carolina.  Collections include North Carolina adopted and supplementary K-12 textbooks, textbook correlations, bibliographies, guides, mixed media, professional materials, online resources, K-12 reference materials, easy books, big books, juvenile/young adult fiction, nonfiction and biographies.  The Ronnie Barnes African American Resource Center is also housed in the TRC.  The Teaching Resources Center Enhancing Teachers’ Classrooms (ETC) Room assists pre-service teachers and educators in creating and producing quality lesson units.  In 2005, a library media consultant conducted a Collection and Facility Assessment of the TRC print collection and recommended an allocation of $30,000 per year in additional funds for books for the next five years to reach the goal of having an updated and comprehensive K-12 collection.  Joyner Library allocated $150,000 over a five-year period from 2005-2009 and was able to reach this goal.  TRC is now recognized as a model resource center, with strong outreach services provided to the College of Education and area educators.

Joyner Library Special and Digital Collections

The Verona Joyner Langford North Carolina Collection collects, preserves, provides access to and promotes the use of materials pertaining to the state, with an emphasis on eastern North Carolina.  Joyner Library is a full State of North Carolina depository library.  The North Carolina Collection holdings include books, broadsides, clipping and vertical files, maps, microforms, electronic resources and periodicals.  The department’s Snow L. and B.W.C. Roberts Collection includes more than 1,200 works of fiction set in North Carolina and dating from 1720 to the present. A number of these books and scores of historical works from the North Carolina Collection have been digitized for the Eastern North Carolina Digital Library

The Manuscripts and Rare Books Department is a major historical research facility with a wide variety of rare and valuable manuscript, archival and published collections.  Strengths include maritime and North Carolina history, maps, discovery and exploration, and missionary studies.  In addition to manuscripts and rare books, major subdivisions include the Map Collection, Hoover Collection on International Communism, the Stuart Wright Collection of Southern Literature, and the James H. and Virginia Schlobin Literature of the Fantastic Collection.

The University Archives holds important records that document the development of the university from the time of its founding in 1907 to the present. Included are administrative records and materials that reflect student life throughout the school’s history.

Unique library content is digitized and made available through Joyner Library’s Digital CollectionsMetadata is provided by Cataloging and Special Collections staff.  More than 35,000 items are available, including those in the award-winning Seeds of Change: The Daily Reflector Image Collection.  Content is selected for digitization in accordance with the Digital Collections Collection Development Policy.  Usability testing was conducted to assess and improve the Digital Collections interface.

Music Library

The Music Library is located in the A.J. Fletcher Music Center.  The collection consists of more than 92,000 books, music scores, periodicals, software, and sound and video recordings representative of all types and periods of music.  Ongoing development of the collection development emphasizes materials that support the five departments (Voice, Instrumental, Music Education/Therapy, Composition/Musicology, and Keyboard) within the School of Music and includes two approval plans as well as numerous standing orders.  The Music Library staff provides circulation, reserves, reference, and instruction services and maintains a website specifically for music resources and services.

Laupus Library Special Collections

Laupus Library maintains physical and electronic collections of audiovisual programs, primarily in video format, and anatomical models to support the health sciences curriculum in the School of Medicine and Colleges of Allied Health Sciences and Nursing.   Liaison librarians communicate with instructors to evaluate audio visual needs for classes and projects and solicit requests for materials from faculty.  In-house and online use is assessed on a regular basis to determine the level of use of current collections and determine areas of need.

As a library collection with a museum component, the History Collections of Laupus Library collects historical materials from medicine, nursing, the allied health sciences, dentistry, pharmacology, public health, and domestic medicine.  Formats include books, serials, microfilm, electronic, realia, manuscripts and artifacts associated with the history of health care. Over 6,200 monographs, 200 artifacts, and oral history tapes, transcripts, and videos are included. The special mission and focus of the History Collections is on primary care practices in eastern North Carolina and the southeastern United States. Historical materials relating to minority health care and minority health care professionals are of particular interest. 

Laupus Library and the Country Doctor Museum have partnered with Joyner Library’s Digital Collections to add unique, historically significant medically-oriented artifacts to the digital program so these objects are more widely discoverable via the Web.  Dental tools, instruments, machinery, and furniture from the 1800’s, stereoscopic dermatologic skin collection, and patent medical trade cards are examples of items added to ECU’s digital collections.

Access & User Privileges Provided by Formal Arrangements or Agreements

Joyner Library participates in a variety of formal arrangements that facilitate the provision of adequate resources and services to students and faculty.  These include the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL), which provides programs and services that meet common operational needs, and the University Library Advisory Council (ULAC) of the University of North Carolina. 

Lyrasis and OCLC are the backbone utilities for both Joyner and Laupus Libraries for the creation of the online catalog, interlibrary loan activities, technical services support and staff training opportunities as well as discounted electronic resources licenses.

Both libraries are active participants in the Carolina Consortium, which enables academic libraries in North and South Carolina to use their bulk purchasing power to obtain favorable pricing on a variety of electronic resources that are of significant interest to the scholarly community.  For many resources, license arrangements allow students and faculty access to titles held by any of the participating libraries, thereby greatly increasing the total number of titles available.  Additional electronic resources are available courtesy of NC LIVE, a partnership of 197 public libraries, community colleges, UNC system institutions, and independent colleges and universities.  NC LIVE’s total budget expenditures for FY2010-2011 were $3,973,366. 

ECU is a member of the OCLC Research Partnership, Portico and LOCKSS.  The OCLC Research Library Partnership is a leading-edge, peer-based, transnational collaborative working to improve the information-driven environment in which our faculty work.  Portico and LOCKSS support the digital preservation of scholarship.

Laupus Library is a resource library in the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) program of the National Library of Medicine.  Resource libraries are academic medical center libraries who share collections and expertise with other medical libraries and unaffiliated health professionals.  Document delivery is a service provided to ensure timely delivery of medical information to users of biomedical resources to support patient care, research and education.   Resource library directors assist in planning and evaluation of NN/LM regional programs through participation on the Regional Advisory Council.

Access to Resources Not Owned by the Institution

Joyner and Laupus Libraries provide students and faculty access to resources not owned by the institution through strong interlibrary loan programs and cooperative lending agreements.

Joyner Library’s Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service provides students, faculty and staff in the Division of Academic Affairs with materials not available from the ECU Libraries at no charge  – often within a day for articles and one or two weeks for loaned items.  Articles are delivered electronically to the desktop.  Materials are borrowed or purchased from libraries and research centers around the world.  Joyner Library participates in two resource sharing consortia sponsored by ASERL:  RapidILL and KUDZU.  RapidILL participants agree to provide 24 hour turnaround time (Monday-Friday) for lending requests for articles.  Through membership in KUDZU, a resource sharing consortium consisting of 20 major Southeastern research libraries, Interlibrary Loan obtains expedited delivery for many requests of loans of books, microfilm and other materials, as well as articles.

Laupus Library participates in NN/LM’s document delivery program.  Through Loansome Doc and DOCLINE the library borrows items from other health sciences libraries for users and lends from its collections to other libraries in the network.  This service ensures timely delivery of medical information to users of biomedical resources to support patient care, research and education.

Laupus Library actively participates in the National Library of Medicine MedPrint -Medical Serials Print Preservation Program.  This cooperative program ensures the preservation and continued access to print health sciences journal literature.

Joyner Library’s Interlibrary Loan Purchase on Demand program was instituted in 2006 as a means for quickly purchasing materials requested by ECU faculty, staff and students through the ILL process.  In its first four years of operation, 993 items were purchased and added to the collection, rather than being borrowed.  To be considered for purchase, items must comply with the Purchase on Demand Guidelines for Interlibrary Loan

The University Library Advisory Council (ULAC) Cooperative Library Agreement grants direct reciprocal borrowing privileges to students, faculty and staff at all constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina, allowing ECU students and faculty to borrow library materials from any of the other 16 institutions.  ULAC spearheaded the development of UNC Library Express, an online catalog that searches the holdings of the libraries of all the constituent institutions and facilitates interlibrary loan requests.

Ensuring the Ongoing Adequacy, Appropriateness and Sufficiency of Library Collections, Resources and Services to Support Institutional Programs

Historically, there has been close cooperation between academic departments and colleges and the ECU Libraries’ collection development programs.  Procedures for selecting a library representative are included in most academic units’ faculty codes of operation.  Joyner Library assigns a librarian to work with each unit.  The Liaison Librarians and Library Representatives web page lists these individuals and their responsibilities.  Health Sciences liaison librarians are assigned colleges, schools or departments to market Laupus Library services and resources, deliver targeted instruction, solicit user input to ensure that collections are appropriate and current, and build professional relationships with faculty and student cohorts

Faculty and students may suggest the acquisition of books, media, journals, and databases using an online form on the libraries’ websites.   Information about database trials is provided on each library’s website, along with links to evaluation forms for each database being considered.  Resources requested and evaluated through these processes may address faculty’s research, instructional, and/or service needs. 

To ensure that collections continue to support the instructional programs of the university, both libraries monitor new course proposals and participate in the academic program development process.  Faculty submitting new course proposals at the undergraduate and graduate levels must indicate whether initial library resources are adequate.  If they are not adequate, the resources needed and their cost must be listed.  The Assessing Readiness to Offer New Degree Programs form that is part of the academic program development process includes a section for a description of “current holdings in library resources in the proposed program and projected library resources needed to support the proposed program.”  Both libraries are partners in accreditation reviews of existing programs.  Library reports are submitted as part of the accreditation/reaccreditation process.  In some instances, external reviewers meet with library faculty.  Accreditation reports have consistently found that library collections, services and resources are adequate, appropriate and sufficient.  Recent reaccreditation actions involved the Departments of Engineering, Computer Science, Geology, Hospitality Management, Recreation & Leisure Studies, Child Development & Family Relations, and Technology Systems, the Urban & Regional Planning and Interior Design programs, and the Schools of Art & Design and Theatre & Dance, Brody School of Medicine Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), and the Department of Health Services and Information Management. 

Ways the libraries ensure that their collections adequately and appropriately support university research include participation in meetings of the Graduate Assembly, liaison librarian collaboration with research centers and institutes, monitoring of grant activity and faculty publications, and surveys of faculty.  The ECU Faculty Senate Libraries Committee provides input on faculty research needs as well as curricular needs, while the University Special Collections Committee provides direction and counsel specifically for the Manuscript Collection.

The libraries annually evaluate borrowing done through interlibrary loan and identify resources that should be acquired locally in order to better meet the ongoing needs of the university community.  The purchase of items that were initially requested through Joyner Library’s Interlibrary Loan Services but that qualified for its Purchase on Demand program also helps ensure that the library’s collections are adequate, appropriate and sufficient to meet faculty and student needs. 

The Virtual Library @ ECU is the product of ongoing collaboration between Joyner and Laupus Libraries.  It focuses on online resources that support instruction and research on both the academic and health sciences campuses and currently funds approximately 10,000 e-journals from major vendors including Elsevier, Sage and Wiley and 20 major databases.  New subscriptions and purchases are considered by the Electronic Resources Review Committee, which has members from both libraries.  All resources funded by the Virtual Library are licensed for the entire ECU community.  Virtual Library expenditures were $2,296,633 in FY2009-10 and $2,554,131 in FY2010-11.  The FY2011-12 budget is $2,355,839. 

Both libraries have separate acquisitions budgets that cover print and electronic monographs, DVDs, print and online serials, databases not funded by the Virtual Library, media materials, and other resources that support the curriculum and research needs of the university. Joyner Library’s acquisitions budget totaled $2,663,315 in FY2009-10, $2,121,683 in FY2010-11, and $2,059,589 in FY2011-12In FY 2009-2010 Laupus Library’s acquisitions budget was $1,044,360, $1,034,000 in FY2010-11 and $1,086,300 in FY 2-11-12ASERL 2010 + 2011Materials Expenditures table compares the ECU Libraries’ acquisitions expenditures with those of other ASERL libraries that, like ECU, are not members of the Association of Research Libraries.

Laupus Library maintains an approval plan for monograph purchases tailored to its user population with Matthews Books, a health sciences book vendor.  This plan is reviewed in detail approximately every two years to reflect education, clinical and research program changes in the Division of Health Sciences. 

Joyner has an approval plan with Baker & Taylor’s YBP Library Services tailored to match the teaching, research and service needs in the Division of Academic Affairs.  In 2011, Joyner added a demand-driven e-book acquisition service through this vendor.  In addition, subject funds are allocated according to a formula that takes into account the number of faculty in the discipline, average cost of books by subject, undergraduate and graduate enrollment and student credit hours in the discipline, the importance of monographs in the discipline, interdisciplinary nature of the area, the library’s areas of excellence, and the institution’s strategic goals and priorities. When available, end-of-year monies from the university are used for one-time purchases; during FY2009-2010, the university provided approximately $1.5 million for the purchase of online journal archives.

Both libraries conduct regular, ongoing assessments to ensure that they are providing students and faculty with access and user privileges to adequate and appropriate library collections and services consistent with all degrees offered and that collections, resources, and services are sufficient to support all its educational, research, and public service programs. The libraries also analyze data relevant to the libraries collected through university surveys.  The library assessment summary provides information about assessment instruments, results and follow-up actions.  Information about the libraries’ assessment program also is provided in the narrative for Comprehensive Standard 3.3.1.3.

 Documentation

Reference Title

Location

ASERL 2010 + 2011Materials Expenditures

ASERL 2010 2011 materials expenditures

Ask a Librarian

Ask a Librarian - Joyner Library

Assessing Readiness to Offer New Degree Programs Form

Assessing-Readiness-Faculty-10-17-08

Collection and Facilities Assessment

TRC Assessment Report

Comprehensive Standard 3.3.1.3

ComprehensiveStandard3.3.1.3

Comprehensive Standard 3.13.4.a: Distance Education at ECU

ComprehensiveStandard3.13.4.a

Connect to the Library’s Electronic Resources from Home

Connect to the library's electronic resources from home

Cooperative Library Agreement

Cooperative Library Agreement

Country Doctor Museum

The Country Doctor Museum

DE Student Orientation

DE Student Orientation

Digital Collections

Digital Collections at East Carolina University

Digital Collections Collection Development Policy

Digital Policy

Discovery

Discovery Tool Committee Goals

Distance Education

Distance Education Services

Distance Education Online Tutorials

Online Tutorials

Eastern North Carolina Digital Library

Eastern North Carolina Digital Library

ECU Faculty Senate Libraries Committee

Libraries Committee

ECU Organizational Chart

ECU

E-Journal/E-Book Portal

3.8.1 ECU E-Journal and E-Book Portal

Electronic Resources Help Sheets and Tutorials

Laupus Library Electronic Resources Help Sheets and Tutorials

ERRC

ERRC report 2010-2011

Federal Documents Collection

Federal Documents- Joyner Library

Government Information Web Directory

Government Information Web Directory

Graduate 101

Graduate 101

Health Sciences Liaison Librarians

Health Sciences Liaison Librarians

History Collections

History Collections

How Do I

How Do I

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan - Joyner Library

Joyner Borrower Type Analysis 2010-2012

Joyner Borrower Type Analysis 2010-2012

Joyner Library

Joyner Library -ECU

Joyner Library Disability Services

Disabilities Services

Joyner Library Electronic Database List

Joyner Electronic Database List

Joyner Library General Collection Development Policy

Joyner Library Policy Manual

Joyner Library Mission Statement

2.9 Joyner Mission

J.Y Joyner Library

Joyner Library -ECU

Laupus Library Circulation

 

LaupusCirculationbyUserGroup 

Laupus Library Electronic Resources

Laupus Library Electronic Resources

Laupus Library Mission Statement

2.9 Laupus Mission

Laupus Library Students with Disabilities

Laupus Library Students with Disabilities

Liaison Librarians and Library Representatives

Liaison Librarians and Library Representatives

LibGuides

LibGuides

Library Assessment Summary

2.9 Assessment Summary

Library Catalog System

Catalog System

Manuscripts and Rare Books Department

Manuscripts and Rare Books - Joyner Library

Music Library

Music Library - ECU

National Library of Medicine MedPrint -Medical Serials Print Preservation Program

MedPrint

Off Campus/Distance Education Info

Off Campus Distance Education Information

Online Quality Council Facilities Subcommittee Report, October 7, 2010

Facilites_Services_Libraries_rpt_revised

OPAC

OPAC Annual Report 2010-2011

Purchase on Demand Guidelines for Interlibrary Loan

Purchase on Demand Guidelines

Scholarly Communication

SCCannualreport2010-2011

Seeds of Change: The Daily Reflector Image Collection

The Daily Reflector Image Collection

Services for DE Faculty

DE Faculty

Subject Guidelines

Subject Guidelines and Collection Policies

Summon One Search

ECU Libraries_ One Search

Teaching Resources Center

Teaching Resources Center

Teaching Resources Center Enhancing Teachers’ Classrooms (ETC) Room

ETC Room

The ScholarShip

3.8.1 The ScholarShip at ECU

UNC Library Express

UNC Library Express

University Archives

University Archives

Verona Joyner Langford North Carolina Collection

Verona Joyner North Carolina Collection

Virtual Library @ ECU

Joyner_Laupus_diagram2011

Visual Format (Laupus Library)

Laupus Library Electronic Resources - Videos

William E Laupus Health Sciences Library

3.8.1 Laupus Library - Home Page

William E. Laupus Health Sciences Library Collection Development Policy

Laupus Collection Development Policy