Library Support for Instructors
Library staff create online access to artiles, book chapters, and ebooks through direct linking to library e-resources or by digitizing print copies. These readings display in Moodle websites for courses.
Textbooks for Journalism courses are placed on reserve at the Journalism Library. Students can check these out for short term loans.
Library websites that list databases and other class specific resources are created for all Journalism courses. Students view these Library Course Pages from their MyU portal and can automatically be added to Moodle.
Schedule a classroom visit and request lessons from the Journalism Library to help students develop research competencies and become successful at finding, evaluating, and applying information for assignments.
The University Libraries has documentaries, feature films, and archives of television programs available via streaming services and with a collection of videos that can be reserved for classroom use. Physical collections of videos are housed at the Walter Library.
Library Support for Researchers
The library maintains this open access repository to provide faculty with otions for self-archiving and long-term preservation of their scholarly publications, audo files, and data sets.
The University Libraries assists faculty and graduate students learn how to manage, preserve, and share research data. In addition to data management, specialists curate and organize research data, assign digital object identifiers, and make these results discoverable and available for downloading according to research preferences.
A list of other library services with more information for research and instructional support.