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Library Course Reserves

The PDF form should be given to the Circulation Desk at McGill Library.  Copies of this form are also available at the Circulation Desk.

Information about Campus copyright policy as it applies to course reserves is also attached.



Welcome to the Faculty Library page!

The information on this page is specifically geared to faculty needs. Don't forget to check out the tabs at the top of the page for additional resources and information!


Off-Campus Access

NEW!  The Library is pleased to annouce that all of the library’s online resources are now available from both on- and off-campus locations without needing to go through the Westminster College Portal.

From the Library's hompage:
You can search the WISE library catalog to find and connect to online books, journals, articles, media, and more.
You can also browse a list of databases, e-reference works, and more on the Online Journals and Reference Sources page.
 NOTE:  When you are using the web site from off-campus, you will be prompted to enter your Westminster College user name and password.
Should you encounter any difficulties with access to our online resources, whether on- or off-campus, please contact John Garrison.

Scheduling Instruction

The McGill Librarians would LOVE to work with you to provide information literacy instruction for any and all of your courses.  Please e-mail Eloise Stevens at to schedule a session. 


Scheduling a Room

Most library rooms are now available via the online campus room reservation system, AdAstra.  Click here to access the room reservation form. The following rooms can now be reserved:

1st Floor:

  • Williamson Room: Children & Young Adult Collection
  • Robinson Room: 20 person maximum, includes Whiteboard
  • Little Lab: 9 computer stations
  • The Hub: Multiple set-ups possible, collaborative study tables, 30 laptops available for reservation

2nd Floor – Study Rooms:

  • 202 (10 person maximum) has a Whiteboard
  • 203 (8 person maximum) has a  Whiteboard
  • 204 (4 person maximum) has a Whiteboard
  • 205 (6 person maximum) has a Whiteboard
  • 208 (4 person maximum) has a Whiteboard; no door

 3rd floor:

  • Miller Room (25 person maximum) has a projection screen

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Your Librarian

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Eloise Stevens
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(724) 946-7325
Room 109, McGill Library
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