Students' tuition pays for online resources. These materials are underutilized unless instructors provide links at point of need. Usually that will be in Canvas learning management system. Let's collaborate to make sure students get their money's worth.
Please promote resources to students on Canvas and in other course materials.
Some instructional programs feature tools for students and/or teachers to monitor progress.
Submit suggestions for new materials to librarians directly or via the Let Us Know box.
The library's subscriptions to online materials such as ebooks, journals, databases and instructional materials are made available for off campus use by our proxy server. Students' credentials are included in their orientation materials. Faculty must request credentials from a librarian.
Following best practice ensures that students can get the material both On Campus and Off Campus. It also facilitates compliance with copyright. Please seek librarians' assistance for further questions.
TIP: Never click on a resource and then copy and paste the link from your browser's address bar.
Publishers typically provide desk copies through their representatives who expect a reasonable number of textbook sales to students. Some publishers provide additional online materials for teachers only. Requirements vary.
Read the license associated with your access to online assets and features.
Jones & Bartlett has a program allowing instructors to compile and organize chapters from Jones & Bartlett assets integrated with the instructor's own own material.