Faculty Support

Library staff invites all Tarleton State University faculty (on and off campus) to take advantage of our resources and services.

Services: We provide numerous in-person and online services. Our course-integrated library instruction sessions can be tailored to your specifications. Librarian liaisons keep you up-to-date on library resources and services and can assist with your research or curriculum needs.

Resources: We offer diverse collections to enhance your teaching and research. Dick Smith Library materials can be checked out with your Texan Card, as well as delivered to other Tarleton instruction sites. Our online collections and databases are always accessible with your Tarleton NTNET login.

Copyright Information: Tarleton State University is committed to adhering to all applicable laws regarding intellectual property, specifically the rights of copyright holders and compliance with copyright law. It is the responsibility of all members of the Tarleton State University community to make a good faith determination that their use of copyrighted materials is in compliance with Title 17 U.S. Code, the United States Copyright Act, Fair Use, Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, and the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act of 2002. (More information about copyright is available on the Fair Use, Copyright and the TEACH Act Information page.)

Scholarly Communication: We can support faculty at any stage of their research or career. We can help you find open access resources and tools for proper data management and also offer guidance on navigating publishing contracts, understanding author rights, storing your work for long term preservation, and distributing your work to maximize the impact in your field. Additionally, we offer assistance with finding and implementing open educational resources (OER).

Not sure if we offer a service or have a resource? Ask a Librarian

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Dr. David Frazier, Agricultural Education & Communication
Dr. Cheyene Runyan, Animal Sciences
Dr. Crissa Nugen, Wildlife & Natural Studies
Melissa Cookson
Tracy Holtman
Allison Nolan
College of Business
Dr. James Goodpasture, Accounting, Finance & Economics
Dr. Leah Schultz, Marketing & Computer Information Systems
Dr. Dianna Krueger, Management
Tracy Holtman
Adam Keim
Erik Peace
Joshua Wallace
College of Education and Human Development
Dr. Rebecca Putman, Curriculum & Instruction
Dr. Juanita Reyes, Educational Leadership & Technology
Dr. Heather Labansat, Psychological Sciences
Dr. Steve Simpson, School of Kinesiology
Kimberly Gragg
Allison Nolan
Erik Peace
College of Health Sciences
Dr. Thomas Burdenski, Counseling
Dr. Heping Han, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Public Health, & Nutrition Science
Ms. Misty Smith, Social Work & Communication Disorders
Dr. Jerilyn Bumpas, School of Nursing
Melissa Cookson
Kimberly Gragg
Erik Peace

College of Liberal and Fine Arts
Dr. Karley Goen, Communication Studies
Dr. Paul Banda, English & Languages
Ms. Molly Dierks, Fine Arts
Dr. Patrick Funiciello, History, Sociology, Geography & GIS
Dr. Amy O’Dell, Government, Legal Studies & Philosophy
Dr. Kathy Brown, School of Criminal Justice
Adam Keim
Allison Nolan
Joshua Wallace
College of Science and Mathematics
Dr. Victoria Chraibi, Biological Sciences
Dr. Lance Whaley, Chemistry, Geoscience & Physics
Mrs. Soad Emmert, Mathematics
Melissa Cookson
Joshua Wallace
Mayfield College of Engineering
Dr. Lynal Albert, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering
Department of Mechanical, Environmental, and Civil Engineering
Dr. Billy Gray, Engineering Technology
Kimberly Gragg
Tracy Holtman
Adam Keim
Leadership and Military College
Department of Aerospace Studies / Air Force ROTC
Department of Military Sciences / Army ROTC
Department of Leadership and Strategic Studies
Dr. Katherine Quinnell