Let research librarians help you as you prepare your courses. Research librarians can work with you to:
You can add a librarian to your Canvas courses with the assigned Librarian role to help students with research and answer questions quickly. An “Ask the Librarian” discussion board is monitored by the librarian and allows students to share questions and see responses given to their classmates.
A librarian is 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. We can also help with citing sources and drafting reference pages in any format, including: APA, MLA, AMA, Chicago, etc.
An archivist from the Special Collections and Archives is available to assist faculty in incorporating the use of primary resources in their instruction. We can provide instructional sessions tailored to the needs of your class and work with you on developing projects utilizing primary resources and how to analyze them.
Course Resource List is a tool designed to help instructors incorporate outside resources in their Canvas courses. Instructors can build reading lists that include library materials, videos, web resources, and more.
This guide contains instructions to help get you started. For individualized help, contact your subject librarian.