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Library Resources to Support Online Teaching & Learning

The Clemson Libraries are here to support students and faculty who are teaching and learning online. There are many ways we can provide you with expert help and services while you are working online, even from a distance. 

Online Materials and Tools

The Clemson Libraries have plenty of digital materials available for you if you can’t make it to campus to pick up physical items.

  • Research & Course Guides - Guides to help you find the best databases to search and provide hints and tips for finding just the right thing for your research needs.
  • Libraries FindIt - Search the Library Catalog and select databases for articles. Use the filters on the left side of the screen to focus on ebooks, streaming audio or video, and other online resources.
  • Articles & Research Databases - Hundreds of databases provide access to journal articles, magazines, newspapers, video, and more. Most require log in using your Clemson ID and password.
  • Access to e-textbooks - See E-textbooks box on the Getting Online Articles and Books tab.
  • Access to streaming media - check with your librarian if you need access to streaming media
  • Clemson Digital Collections - Primary sources in Clemson’s digital collections or contact an archivist from Special Collections and Archives to assist in incorporating the use of primary resources in your instruction.
  • TigerPrints - Clemson theses and dissertations and as well as other scholarly works created by Clemson faculty, staff, and students.

Have other remote needs? New ideas for how the Libraries can help you off-campus? Send your comments to us.

Get Online Help

  • Get Research Help Online

Need help with research or finding peer reviewed articles? Last minute citation question? Ask us! You can email us, text us (864-762-4884), or chat with a librarian from the convenience of your home!

  • Schedule a Consultation with a Librarian
    Subject librarians with expertise in specific areas are available for consultations via phone, in person, email, or online (e.g. Zoom). These librarians can talk you through any research issue you may be having in real time.