ECU Faculty Resources and Support

Many of ECU Libraries resources can be accessed online, including

  1. Get Help from a Librarian – databases, online research guides, FAQs and video tutorials.
  2. Document Delivery Service
  3. Copyright Guidance for Rapidly Shifting Your Course Online
  4. Library Resources in Canvas/Blackboard

Though students may not be on campus, Joyner Library remains committed to supporting them and their research-based assignments. We can provide online instruction on library resources and will continue to offer online one-on-one consultations.

Schedule online library instruction

Are your students prepared to find high-quality sources for their class assignments? Joyner Library offers online library instruction tailored to meet the needs of your specific class or assignment. Your students will discover the best places to find sources for their research-based projects and will learn effective search strategies for One Search and the library databases. We can share recorded sessions or instruct via WebEx, whatever best fits your course.

Schedule library instruction at:

Book a Librarian consultation service

Please also consider recommending Joyner Library’s “Book a Librarian” consultation service to your students. We can help your students find quality sources for their projects and can introduce them to relevant library databases. Students can schedule a “Book a Librarian” session for one-on-one assistance at the link below:

Canvas Commons library resources

Joyner Library provides support for your students via shared Canvas content. Search the Canvas Commons for “Joyner” to see what is currently available. Note that “Joyner Library: General Library Resources” provides an general overview of library resources and search tools and includes select tutorials on their effective use.

Consult with us

Are you concerned about the impact of moving your research-based assignments online? Schedule a one-on-one consultation with us and a librarian can offer feedback and support to help your students succeed.

If you or your students ever need immediate assistance, contact us through one of the following options:



Phone: 252.328.6677

If you have any questions about Joyner’s research and instructional support for you and your students, please reach out directly to David Hisle at