Faculty and Staff Resources

Important Information and Resources for Faculty and Staff


University Resources

Adobe Software: Adobe has opened free access for faculty, staff and students to use temporarily.

Duplicating: Closed until further notice. Please contact Jeff Mandel (x4045 or jmandel@bloomu.edu) for emergency jobs.

From Finance, Budget, and Business Services: Questions about mail delivery during the campus closure, invoice payments, purchasing business-related supplies while working remotely, or remote shipping of classroom materials? View for updates to these business processes.

Human Resources: Quick Reference Guide: Pandemic Leave Usage | Working from home

Husky Mail Hub (Mailroom): Open Tuesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to noon. Campus mail will be delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays until further notice.

Library Online Support:

Lynda.com Tutorials:Faculty, students, and staff have access to over 1,500 courses and 85,000 individual online video tutorials.

Phone Feature Information

Receiving: Open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to noon until further notice.

TALE Center: facilitates dialogue among faculty on the art and science of university teaching; it provides support of teaching

ZOOM: bloomu.zoom.us | bloomu.zoom.us/download

External Resources

Faculty and Staff Resource Index



Scholarship

Sharlene Gilman

Sharlene Gilman, Ph.D., assistant professor of writing in the Department of Academic Enrichment, with student co-authors Paxton Beck and Nancy Zola published "Influential Fellows: A Professor and Writing Fellows Reflect on Identities, Feedback, and Communities" in the January issue of Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education. Beck and Zola were Writing Enrichment Fellows with WALES and embedded tutors who worked with Gilman in College Writing Enrichment 101. The article developed from a 2017 presentation they gave at the National Conference in Tutoring in Writing.

Jing Luo

Jing Luo, Ph.D., professor of languages and cultures, was author and editor of a recent publication Cities around the World — Struggles for Solutions to Urban Life, ABC-CLIO, 2019. The two-volume book addresses ten urban issues: energy and sustainability, green spaces, pollution, traffic and transportation, waste management, employment and jobs, housing and infrastructure, gentrification schools, and violence, corruption, and organized crime. Articles were contributed by thirty-two scholars from universities in the U.S. and abroad, including faculty members at Bloomsburg University.