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Using Online Library Resources in Teaching

Learn more about using online library resources in teaching including tips on incorporating streaming films, eBooks, and more!

About this Guide

Welcome to the Using Online Library Resources in Teaching page!

This collection of pages provides some helpful information in understanding some of the resources that the library can offer in support of teaching online classes. 

  • Film & Video Resources discusses utilizing streaming films from our databases in your teaching.
  • EBooks & Audiobooks provides information about our different eBook collections and platforms including limitations on use for various scenarios.
  • Open Educational Resources (OERs) lists various resources for locating open educational materials such as textbooks, case studies, tutorials, and more that are free and accessible to use when teaching online or in-person.
  • Some helpful tips for linking resources for students are located on Linking Content in Blackboard.

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