New Library Resources and Canvas Course

Friday, May 22, 2020

Our librarians have been working hard to enhance online offerings to students during this time of uncertainty. They have created a series of live Zoom sessions and on-demand Canvas modules that cover topics usually addressed in library instruction sessions. Students can self-enroll or enroll at the direction of their instructors and they can receive badges as proof of module completion. Modules are not intended to be copied into your courses, though we encourage you to join our Canvas course to review the content. Click here to enroll and check it out.

Also, if you are interested in learning more about the library’s tools and support services, you can self-enroll in a 2 PD hour Library Resources for Canvas course that begins Sunday, May 24 and runs through Sunday, May 31, 2020. This is an asynchronous session that will introduce you to integrating library content in your Canvas courses, providing faculty with the information and tools they need to find, import and embed library resources and services to support student learning. At the end of this course, successful participants will be able to do the following:

  • Utilize various tools for embedding library content in Canvas courses
  • Recognize various types of library content that can be embedded in Canvas
  • Recognize ways to embed librarian services in an online course

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