Integrate Library Resources
There are many ways to integrate the large variety of resources available through the library into your courses or other teaching environments.
Do you want to embed a stable, persistent link to an article, video or e-book from within a library database?
Consult How to Get Permalinks to Library Journal Articles and Other Database Items for database-specific steps.
Also, view Grab a Permalink for an EBSCOHost database article (video tutorial).
The librarians can also work with faculty members and/or course developers on several other aspects of instructional design:
- integrating help/tutorials, learning objects, and other assignment-scaffolding materials into courses
- recommending or creating customizable help text for assignments
- providing embeddable videos, Ask a Librarian chat widgets or database search widgets or other learning objects to help students grasp various research concepts
- getting direct access to library resources and services
The librarians can also work directly with you on ground-up research assignment design.
Contact Dana Longley, assistant director for library instruction and information literacy, with inquiries, questions, or ideas for collaboration.