Teaching Supports

Services to support faculty and graduate student teaching, including student research skills instruction, copyright, video booking, and open education resources.

Outlines options available to faculty to ask a librarian to provide research skills instruction for a course, both online and in-person.

The library offers a digital pedagogy partnership program that assists faculty in integrating digital humanities into course curriculum. This program enhances students’ information and digital literacy and supports new approaches to pedagogy.

Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching and learning materials that reside in the public domain and/or have been released under an open license. As a result, these resources (both physical and digital) are available at no cost and have minimal restrictions for use and redistribution.

dThe library provides copyright services to support the teaching function, including for Print on Demand, digital conversation, print/electronic course packs and scanning services.

The library can put your the course  reading materials on virtual course reserves that can be integrated into your online class.