Faculty and lecturers,

10 things the library can do for you




1 X 1 Reference Sessions with a librarian for faculty, lecturers and PhD students.

The service includes, information needs identification, specific information search, use of library resources instruction, and PhD student personal guidance. As part of this service, we can help you find videos to incorporate in online classes.


Assistance with open access publishing 

The library has agreements with various publishers that allow you to publish with them free of charge or for a reduced fee.
Articles published in open access journals are highly visible, their use increases, as does the amount of citations.
For additional information click here


Assistance with promotion procedures

Journal citation ranking and citation statistics evaluation.

Assistance and guidance in choosing an appropriate journal for publication (and how to avoid predatory journals)


Endnote citation management tool usage instruction and support. 

For additional information click here


New publication alert creation – by topic, author, or journal. 

Alerts can be created through TOC website as well as through the library search system. For additional information click here


Ordering journals, books, films and databases necessary for research and teaching.

Orders depend on priority ratings and library budget. In accordance with library policy,
priority will be given electronic packages. For additional information click here


Scanning of articles and book chapters from our library collections or other libraries at no cost.

For additional information and an online book\article from the library's collection order form click here.
For additional information regarding our interlibrary loan service click here.


Support using the new "Library Materials for Courses" (Leganto) system.

Assistance includes reading list creation and assignment with the Moodle course website.
For more information, please contact Dana Lotan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Digital collection, archive and database creation for research purposes.

For more information, please contact Dr. Riki Greenberg This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The library staff provides training sessions on databases utilization as part of university courses.
For example, first-year courses, undergraduate or graduate seminar courses) and assists in library instructional video integration into courses. For additional information click here.


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