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Public Administration

A research guide for UT Tyler Public Administration students and faculty.

For Faculty

Whether you need a one-shot introduction covering key research concepts and library resources or a tailored session that aligns with your specific curriculum, collaborating with your librarian ensures your students have the tools they need to succeed in your classroom. Simply contact your librarian at least a week in advance to schedule a session.
For in-depth student support, consider partnering with a librarian throughout the semester. Embedded librarians offer ongoing guidance, both online and in-person, to equip students with research skills tailored to your curriculum. To learn more about the embedded librarian philosophy and its benefits, contact your liaison. Find your liaison on the Your Librarian webpage.
Instructors can place items on reserve for their classes. Visit the course reserves website for details and submission procedures. The Circulation department handles all reserve requests. For questions, contact Circulation directly at 903-566-7342 or by e-mail.
Have you been looking for ways to support SB 810? Want to make class materials more affordable for your students? We have a great guide put together with information about Open Educational Resources. Ask your librarian for help!

Resource Guides

eTextbook Program

The library purchases as many required or optional course textbooks as possible every semester to support student success. These titles are available online any time and can be found on our Library-Provided Textbooks Guide.

Reach out to your liaison library to identify titles available for library purchase or open educational resources (OER) for your courses!

Open Access Funding

The Office of Research & Scholarship, Robert R. Muntz Library, and the academic colleges have committed funds toward Article Processing Charges for faculty, staff, and students who publish in quality Open Access Journals.

Additionally, UT System has made an agreement with Cambridge University Press to support Open Access publishing. As part of this 3-year agreement, the UT Library has gained access to all Cambridge University Press journal content. The agreement also waives publishing fees for authors who wish to publish in OA Cambridge University journals.

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