Faculty and Staff Resources

Find What You Need

  • Library Instruction

    Need library instruction for your students?

    Central Piedmont Librarians offer both face-to-face and online instruction. 

    The Central Piedmont Library is committed to supporting student learning. One way that we fulfill this commitment is by providing library instruction. Integrating library instruction into your class, whether online or in-person, has the potential to greatly improve your students' learning experience.

    Requests must be made seven business days in advance of session.

    Fill out the Library Instruction Request Form

    Both online and in-person classes can make use of our embedded librarian program. For more information about the embedded librarian program, please read the Embedded Librarian program policies.

    Questions? Contact Joe Eshleman at joe.eshleman@cpcc.edu.

  • Reserves

    Place books or articles on reserve for your students to use in the library.

    Fill out the library reserve request form (PDF) and bring it along with your reserve item to your local Central Piedmont library to place on reserve. Please allow two business days for reserves processing.

  • Interlibrary Loan Requests

    Interlibrary Loan Services are provided for current Central Piedmont students, faculty, and staff. Borrowers are responsible for following the Interlibrary Loan policy, found on the Library Policies page, before requesting materials.

    ALL INTERLIBRARY LOAN SERVICES ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

  • Collection Development Liaisons

    Request curriculum supporting materials for a subject area of the library collection.

    Collection development for all college academic departments is handled through the Central Piedmont Library Collection Development and Management Team.

    If you have collection development questions, concerns, or requests you may contact your campus liaison:

  • Suggest Materials for Purchase

    Suggest specific items for the library collection.

    You can suggest specific materials for purchase in our collection at any time.

  • Copyright Guide

    How to abide by Copyright Law in the classroom and online.

  • Accessibility and Digital Learning

    Learn how to make your materials accessible.

    The Accessibility and Digital Learning page was created and is maintained by Online Learning in partnership with the Central Piedmont Library. It is a resource to help Central Piedmont employees make materials accessible. Much of this information applies to the information provided digitally and online (e.g., posted on a website, in Blackboard, sent via email). As technology and web accessibility continue to evolve, the information here will change, as well. This page is intended for information sharing purposes and should not be construed as legal advice.

  • Reserve Equipment and Items

    We offer a wide variety of equipment for faculty and staff at all locations.

    To learn what is available at each location and to make reservations, visit Library Technologies.