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Library Resources to Support Online Teaching & Learning

Library Instruction

Working with your Subject Librarian

Let research librarians help you as you prepare your courses. Research librarians can work with you to:

For assistance with integrating information and digital literacies into your courses, contact your Subject Librarian or consult the Course Instruction information provided by Clemson Libraries. We also offer workshops on various topics, from finding resources online to OER and video production and editing.

Copyright & Citation Management 

Librarians are available to assist faculty with organizing and linking library resources for a course, including articles, videos, books, e-books and e-reserves. We can answer questions regarding the TEACH Act, copyright, and fair use guidelines, and can also help with citing sources and drafting reference pages in any format, including: APA, MLA, AMA, Chicago, etc.

See our Publishing & Copyright page for more details, or contact our Copyright and Open Educational Resources Librarian, Yang Wu

Instructional Design

Technology is not the only way to be innovative in your teaching; a change in Instructional Design or the adoption of new approaches to teaching and learning can increase student engagement and enhance student learning while refreshing your own teaching experience as well. 

Video tutorials are available on our YouTube channel that cover a variety of topics, including avoiding plagiarism and evaluating sourcesDon’t see one you need? Request a video tutorial for instruction by visiting our Course Instruction page.

For more information and specific design strategies that you can implement easily and intuitively, contact our Instructional Designer, Rodger Bishop