The mission of the Regent University Library is to glorify God and to provide the resources, services, instruction, and facilities essential to foster 'Christian leadership to change the world'. In keeping with this philosophy, the faculty and staff of the University Library are committed to providing quality resources and services to all university faculty and students no matter where they are in the world. We work to support you, as a faculty member, in your study, teaching and research at Regent both on-campus and online. Please visit our special faculty information page on the library website and our monthly blog posts especially for faculty.
An experienced library faculty member, or library liaison, is attached to each school to assist you with research projects and answer questions about the library and its services. Your library liaison can provide you with the following specialized services:
- Personal research assistance and consultations
- Course specific library instruction (in-class or through individual student consultations)
- Embedded course instruction through Blackboard
- Suggest the best resources for student assignments
- Train graduate assistants in effective library research
- On-site course reserves and electronic reserves
- In office demos of databases, e-books, and other online resources
- Place orders for specific resources needed for the library collection
- Library tours
- Act as a resource for all questions pertaining to library services, collections and activities
The Law Library, though primarily geared to support the teaching and research needs of the law faculty, is open to the entire Regent community. Information about the full range of services and resources available is at the Law Library Faculty Services web site. Law Faculty needing assistance or with questions about any aspect of law library service should contact their Law Library Liaison.