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Library in the Time of COVID

Faculty development workshop, Fall 2020

Faculty Development Workshop, Fall 2020

Library in the Time of COVID

Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, 1400-1500

Zoom Session

Although the library building won’t have the usual open hours, librarians are still available to assist faculty and students virtually. This workshop addresses essential virtual library services and digital collections (streaming video, ebooks and more). You will have an opportunity to lead the direction of the session by asking your own questions and trying out some of the offerings that can be integrated into your online courses.

Presenters: Margot Hanson, Kitty Luce and Amber Janssen

Your Librarians

Amber JanssenAmber Janssen, Liaison to School of Engineering

Kitty LuceKitty Luce, Liaison to School of Marine Transportation, Logistics & Management

Margot HansonMargot Hanson, Liaison to School of Letters & Sciences

Where to Send Students for Help

Getting Help from Librarians

Textbooks and Equipment

  • Students can access some course materials through the library. Available items are listed in the course reserves page
  • Students can also pick up equipment using curbside pickup at the library building.

Research guides

  • Add a link to the library's citation guide in your Brightspace course
  • Add a link to a research guide for your course or discipline in your Brightspace course

Incorporating Library Resources into Brightspace

Library materials for your courses

  • Use our centralized OneSearch library catalog to identify materials that are available online

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  • Find ebooks from a library subscription database such as Ebook Central & add it to your Brightspace course

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Google Scholar library links

Connect Google Scholar to Library Links

If we don't have it, request it!

  • You can request materials from other libraries, or request a library purchase, using our handy request form.