Reach out to your librarian to discuss the various options we can provide for online research support for your classes.
The Libraries have created a variety of tutorials that can be embedded into your D2L courses. Such topics include:
More tutorials are being created as rapidly as possible. Please check back for updates.
If you placed anything on e-reserves, they will still be available to your students through D2L. If you had materials on physical reserves and would like to make some of that material available, we will scan some chapters for students within copyright laws. To request scanning of current physical reserves or place new items on e-reserves, please submit the request through our Interlibrary Loan page with "ereserves request" in the "additional information" section of the form.
In response to COVID-19 and in order to follow CDC guidelines and practice safe quarantining of physical resources, the University Libraries have adopted a collection development policy for the current academic year.
Reach out to your subject specialist with questions or to assist you with finding alternative options from our collections. We also strongly encourage the use of OER and using the Faculty Select tool to discover alternative options.