Instructors may put items such as books, audiovisual materials, readings, sample exams, and supplementary materials on Reserve for their classes.
To place items on Reserve at the DTEC Library contact Mark Luetkehoelter at 246-6638 or email@example.com.
Madison College faculty and staff may obtain a free courtesy card allowing access and borrowing privileges at all UW-Madison campus libraries by presenting a photo ID and proof of institutional affiliation at UW-Madison Memorial Library.
Library instructional services at the Downtown library include:
Because of space limitations, Downtown library instruction sessions normally take place in one of the DTEC computer labs.
Here are some suggested guidelines to follow when scheduling an instruction session:
Contact Mark Luetkehoelter firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you know that you are going to need an instruction session for your class.
A lead time of 2 weeks is recommended. This will allow time to schedule a lab and prepare for your class.
Have an alternate date in mind, in case the time you request is already booked.
Make sure the librarian has a copy of your class syllabus, the assignment sheet, and any other pertinent materials.
Plan to attend the instruction session with your class.
The library does not provide exam proctoring services. An instructor may make allow a student to take an exam in the library. However, staff cannot provide any supervision or guarantee that exam conditions (quiet, absence of distractions, etc.) will be maintained.
For information about proctoring options, please contact your department.
There is a Staff Lab for faculty use in Room D129. The lab contains 7 PCs, 3 Macs, a printer, and a fax machine.
Your OneCard should gain you access to the lab. If it does not, please contact your department and request access to the lab and other staff areas at DTEC.
The lab is maintained by the IT department. If you experience problems, please contact the HelpDesk at 246-6666.
Photocopiers for faculty and staff use are located in the Copy Center (D127). In order to use the machines, you will need to key in your department's MC code. Please contact your department if you do not know your code. The Copy Center also has other office tools for staff and faculty.