Visit Faculty Toolkit in The Learning Portal for resources on AODA, Copyright, Indigenous Inclusion, and to include the Portal in your LMS.
APA 7th ed. guidelines have been implemented in all in-house supports (citation guides, workshops) as of Fall 2020. The Citation tool in our Discovery platform and EBSCO databases has switched to 7th edition.
Please note that some versions of MS Word References tool may still use 6th edition, and that students who were used to 6th edition may need some time to adjust.
Watch for Library PD Sessions during Spring Development and Independent Learning Weeks. Popular past topics include:
Contact us if you would like a one-on-one, small group workshop or a webinar on any topic!
In-person, remote, or hybrid: Library Technologists have many services and supports:
Looking for resources?
Customized Library Support for your Students
Do you have a Library question, request, or idea? Contact your Liaison!
|Business Studies||Carmen Gelette||1162|
|Community Development||Cheryl Wardell||1291|
|Environmental & Natural Resource Science||Rebecca King||3242|
|General Arts & Sciences||Cheryl Wardell||1291|
|Haliburton School of the Arts||Cheryl Wardell||1291|
|Trades & Technology||Carmen Gelette||1162|
Library Cards and Access
You are automatically in our system and can borrow materials. Your OneCard is your library card. You can access our online database using Single Sign On.
Loan Periods and Renewals
Item Type & Loan Period
Faculty / Staff
Books - 28 days
DVD/VHS – See staff
Reserves – Personal copies only
Please return or renew material by the due date.
You can renew your Library item(s) if:
Renewals can be made online through your Library Account, in person, or by phone.
If an item is checked out to another Library user, you can place a hold on the item (log in to your Library Acount). When the item becomes available you will be notified through your Fleming email. Hold items will be held at the Circulation desk for seven days for pick up.
Holds may not be placed on Reserve items, Reference items, journals or magazines.
You will be contacted regarding overdue Library material using the email address on file.
Once an item is 60 days overdue, it will be marked as Lost, and you will be charged the full replacement cost of the item and a $10.00 processing fee.
Update (February 2022): Reserve service is available for students on campus!
Please direct any questions about Reserves to Library@flemingcollege.ca
Putting course readings and other resources on Reserve ensures that all students have access to this material. Reserves are kept behind the Library Service Desk, filed by either course code (Brealey), or by instructor name (Frost). Students will need their Student ID to borrow Reserves (and all Library material).
The following regulations maximize access to these high-demand items:
Students may need reminders that textbooks are not typically available through the Library's print or eBook collections, and that Reference items are not available for curbside pickup. Students should contact the bookstore for textbook options.
Visit the Library or contact us to place materials on Reserve. Faculty and staff may submit personal copies or request that existing Library materials be placed on Reserve. Please note that your materials will be affixed with Library adhesive labels.
You may request to remove your item(s) from Reserve at any time. At the end of each semester, your items will be delivered to your college mailbox unless you request to keep the material on Reserve for next term.
You can book a film in advance to ensure it is available when you need it! Contact us at Library@flemingcollege.ca and let us know the title of the film and your intended showdate.
Research Request (Faculty & Staff)
Need some articles to supplement your course material or to add to a reading list? Want some help finding resources for your student assignments? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can review your assignments before you hand them out to ensure there are enough Library resources for all students, and to ensure you are using up-to-date library terminology. Contact your Library Liaison.
We can review your course materials (print and electronic) to ensure copyright compliance. We can also provide alternative suggestions for compliant sources & content. Contact the Academic Integrity and Copyright Officer: Marcia Steeves ex 1356
We are happy to sit down with you and provide a personalized overview of Library resources or an in-depth look at a specific Library tool (eg. e-books, streaming video) or subject area. Contact us to book your appointment!
Periodical Routing / Database Alerts
Keep up to date with your favourite journals! We can route print periodicals to your campus mailbox, or set up an email alert for e- journals.
Contact: BREALEY: Cheryl Wardell ex 1291 FROST: Rebecca King ex 3242
If you would like to recommend books for your program/course, please send your suggestions to:
BREALEY: Cheryl Wardell ex 1291 FROST: Terri Duff ex 3132