Faculty & Staff
If you're a Wheelock faculty or staff member, you may find the following information helpful.
Faculty may place materials on reserve for students to use during the semester. Contact the Library at 617-879-2220 or learn about our reserve system on the Course Reserves page.
Copyright and Fair Use
Learn more about Copyright and Fair Use at the Wheelock Library.
The Library has a variety of resources that you can check out or access online. Choose from the list below to learn more:
- AV equipment (video cameras, voice recorders, etc.)
- Videos and DVDs
- Tests and assessments
- Museum passes
Library Conference Rooms and Computer Classroom
The Library has two conference rooms (on Floors 2M and 3M) equipped with a computer, a white board, and a TV with DVD player and VCR. They may be reserved by contacting the Service Desk in person or at 617-879-2220. The computer classroom on the Lower Level can only be reserved by faculty and staff using the Campus Services Room Reservation form.
Earl Center for Learning and Innovation
Learn by doing - explore, create, work, and play. The Earl Center offers the space, materials, and support for you to connect your college coursework to your field experience. Learn to develop hands-on learning activities using our rich and varied collections of materials, by attending workshops, and consulting our online guides and print resources for ideas.
Located on the Lower Level of the Library, the Archives contains materials documenting the history of Wheelock College.
Find information on our Borrowing Policies, including what you can check out from the Library, and for how long.
Borrowing from Other Libraries
As a Wheelock faculty or staff member, you are eligible to borrow materials from several other schools in the Boston area. Check out our Visiting Other Libraries page for details.
It is also possible to have materials from other libraries delivered to Wheelock. Find more information on our Interlibrary Loan page.
Suggesting a Title
You may suggest a title to be added to the Library's collection. Purchase decisions are based on Library Collection Development policies; it may not be possible to approve all requests.