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Faculty Support

Library Liaisons

Librarians are assigned to subjects based on their backgrounds and expertise. In addition to selecting materials for each department's needs, they work closely with faculty, staff, and students. Your librarian would love to hear from you and learn more about your courses and research interests. Schedule a Zoom Appointment

Find your Library Liaison

Instruction Request

Librarians can help your students learn the best ways to find and evaluate information by providing custom-designed library instruction sessions tailored to your course. See our Instruction Options

Request a Session  

Course Reserves

Faculty can request scans of print books and periodicals using Request a PDF. Print books may be placed on course reserve. Read Faculty Reserve Guidelines. Learn how to add library resources on the LMS. Learn How to Request a PDF Scan

Place items on Course Reserve  

Video Reserve

Faculty may request to reserve any films in the collection for teaching purposes by specifying the dates in the form below. See Streaming Video for online access or request via email at

Fill out the Video Reserve Form  

Room Reservations

The Libraries oversee two rooms for classes, presentations, and meetings. These rooms are equipped for a variety of audiovisual needs.

Reserve a Room  

Intercampus Loan

Can't make it to our other library location? Request a book or DVD to be shipped between the Brooklyn or Manhattan Campus Library.

Request an item  


Request books outside of the Pratt Collections with a quick delivery and a loan period of 84 days. Learn more about ConnectNY.

Search ConnectNY  

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) assists scholarly research by obtaining library materials not owned by the Pratt Libraries. Learn more about ILL.

Request an ILL  

Suggest a Purchase

The Pratt Institute Libraries welcomes suggestions for material purchases which support the teaching, study, and research at the Institute. New materials for Reserve can be purchased through this form as well.

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