Undergraduate and Graduate Instruction
First-Year Seminar Library OrientationAccess the Library Orientation
This orientation is intended for all first-year seminar classes. It will provide students with an introduction to library resources and services.
30-minute Library Services by Major
This 30-minute session is intended for lower-division classes and will introduce students to library services for specific academic majors. These sessions work well for classes without a defined research component. These sessions may also be followed by a subsequent 60-minute session to provide your students with two opportunities to learn about library services and research resources.
60-minute Introductory Research
This 60-minute session is intended for general education classes, such as ENGL 1102 or PSYC 1101, where students are working on a research-based assignment. Librarians may teach students about research topic development, searching, or selecting appropriate sources.
60-minute Advanced ResearchSchedule Undergraduate Classes
This 60-minute session is intended for upper-division classes where students are working on a research-based assignment. Librarians may teach students advanced searching techniques, topic development, source evaluation, citation management software, or a discipline-specific process.
For questions about undergraduate classes contact the KSU Library System Instruction Coordinator, Christina Holm, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 470-578-6197.
Graduate InstructionSchedule Graduate Instruction
Graduate instruction sessions are created in consultation between the class instruction and the graduate librarian teaching it. To schedule a session, please contact the Graduate Librarian for your school or program.
For more information about graduate instruction please contact the Director of the Graduate Library, Cheryl Stiles, at email@example.com or at 470-578-6003.
Kennesaw State University Library System is required to comply with all applicable copyright and intellectual property laws. All KSU faculty, staff, and students are expected to do the same. Therefore, the Kennesaw State University Library System will work with faculty, staff, and students to ensure that all material placed on reserve complies with copyright law. It is the individual responsibility of all faculty, staff, and students to obtain copyright clearance. Please contact the Course Reserve Unit for guidance.
Physical Reserve Items
Electronic Reserve ItemsReserves Form (Kennesaw) Reserves Form (Marietta)
- Read Electronic Reserve Guidelines
- Submit Reserves Form
- Allow(5) days before announcing availability.
- Provide students with the E-Reserves Course Password (E-Mailed to you)
- Provide students with a link in Desire2Learn
Undergraduate Faculty Liaison Program
Graduate Librarian Directory
Seminar Spaces and Multi-Purpose Rooms
Sign up here:Reserve Seminar Spaces - Kennesaw Campus Reserve Multi-Purpose Room- Kennesaw Campus
Seminar Spaces at Sturgis Library provide an area for groups of staff, faculty, and students to have presentations, meetings, or work sessions. These rooms are larger than the regular group study rooms and can only be reserved by faculty and staff who must be present throughout the duration of the reservation. Seminar Space 114 has no AV Equipment or white board.
The Multi-Purpose room at Sturgis Library is larger than the Seminar Spaces with a seating capacity of 26 and can only be reserved by faculty/staff members who must be present throughout the duration of the reservation. This room provides an area for larger groups of students, staff, and faculty to have presentations, meetings or work sessions.
Permanent assignment of rooms are not made to any particular academic group or social organization.
Reservations must be made up to 72 hours in advance.
Length of Reservation - 2 hours only
What you need - for Seminar Spaces/Multi-Purpose Room 1 KSU Faculty/Staff, KSU ID Card
Seminar Spaces and Multi-Purpose Rooms Policy
OwlView Interactive Video Wall
OwlView at the Sturgis Library is the KSU Library System’s new interactive video wall. The wall is available for faculty and staff to use to support academic collaboration, presentations, research, and innovation.
The wall, located on the first floor of the Sturgis Library on the Kennesaw Campus, features eight 55” monitors for a total screen size larger than 16 feet wide and 4.5 feet tall. The wall displays content in a 32:9 aspect ratio.
OwlView can be used for:
- Web browsing
- Photo slide shows
OwlView at the Sturgis Library must be reserved at least 4 weeks in advance. The library will schedule the wall for you. UITS will contact you to assist you in utilizing the wall.
To schedule your use of the OwlView wall or for further information, please email: OwlViewAtSturgisLibrary@kennesaw.edu