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EDU 106

This is a course guide for Professor Mary Brown's EDU 106 class.

What's in this Guide?

This is a guide to library resources and services. It shows you how and where to find information in the library, how to find books and journal articles using SouthernSearch, how to request books and journal articles that we do not have in this library, how to locate subject librarians, where to find materials placed on reserve by your professor, how to scan, copy and print, how to cite your sources, and where to get additional help. Please click on the relevant tabs to the left to find information.

Useful Information


Scanners are available on the first and ground floors of the library. Students can scan and send to their email or save to USB. There is no charge for scanning.


Four printers are available on the first floor of Buley Library. One is near the IT Help Desk, two are in the middle of the front lobby area, and another is near the Reference books in the back. To be able to print, you must have money on your Hoot Loot Card. Swipe your card at the print station to get your printout. Printers can scan and copy as well. There is no charge for scanning but printing is 8 cents for double-sided and five cents for single-sided in black and white. Color printing is 25 cents single side and 40 cents for double-sided.

Hoot Loot

Hoot Loot card holders can add to their account from the Card Value Center in Buley Library which is located opposite the Check Out Desk on the main floor.


Where are materials shelved?

Ground Floor

Bound Periodicals

Current Journals


Juvenile Fiction and Non-fiction

Curriculum Collection and kits

Microfilm and Microfiche


First Floor

Reference Books

Media (DVD, VHS, CDs)

Textbook Collection


Second Floor

Circulating collection, call numbers A-PL


Third Floor

Circulating collection, call numbers PM-Z

Oversized collection

Connecticut collection