We're here to help with your online Library and information literacy instruction needs. Discover your options:
Want tailored instruction? Personalized instruction Custom Made
Department Liaison Librarians - work with a librarian to order materials or develop projects
Research Assignment Collaboration - collaborate to tweak, develop, or expand an assignment
Need something quick? Premade instruction Ready to Go
By embedding a librarian in your Canvas course, we can collaborate with you to create and facilitate module(s) that teach information literacy and research skills. As a member of your course, we can directly engage your students and field their questions.
create custom learning objects
design new lessons, assignments , or assessments for the online environment
proactively reach out to students during the research process.
Research Assignment Collaboration
Custom Instructional Videos
Don't see what you need in our list of video tutorials? The Library can make custom video content to support your courses.
Contact a librarian to get started!
See an example of faculty collaboration in the ENC 1102 materials developed by Karen Kaufmann below.
Library-created modules are available for importing to your course from the Commons. Add & edit as needed, and consider embedding a Librarian to your course to personalize the content!
*Note that you must be logged in to Canvas and/or Canvas Commons for the module links below to work.
The handout below will walk you through finding content and learning objects, including those from the Library, in Canvas Commons.
The Library's quick video tutorials are great for point-of-need learning in Canvas. See the complete lists below:
Subject-specific guides connect your students with pertinent resources from multiple formats (databases/articles, eBooks, web links, etc.).
We also have a self-guided Research Foundations course that covers research basics, including understanding information, beginning the research process, finding books/media, finding articles, and citing sources.
Need another option? Simply add links to Guides anywhere in your course: