Integrating Media Literacy into your Curriculum
Media Services can help you learn more about media literacy: what it is, why it is a critical skill set to develop, and strategies for integrating media into your curriculum. To get help building a media assignment and/or learn how to incorporate media resources into the classroom Scott Spicer, Media Outreach Librarian can help you meet your learning objectives. Visit assignment support for more information.
Check out our media literacy page to learn more about media literacy and related support services.
Media Services has worked with dozens of instructors to integrate student media projects into their curriculum. These case studies illustrate student work, the benefits of these assignments, and the support offered.
The Libraries provide access to a range of non-print media content in digital and physical formats. Notable examples include over 15,000 DVD/VHS titles at Walter Library and access to numerous media databases. Learn more on our Collections page.
Reserve a Video
- Request DVD Delivery to Branch or Office
- Course Reserves
*(Faculty/Staff & Course Use Only - The Physical Reserves Service is not available for the Fall 2020 semester)
*Did you know that in the Walter Library SMART Learning Commons students can view videos either on individual stations with headphones checked out from the library or they can watch as a group in our Media Viewing Room?
Digital Collections Resource Guides
These extensive guides include both Libraries licensed and open digital collections of exemplar digital media resources.
Suggest a Video for Purchase
- As instructional-based collections, our moving image media is generally purchased with the primary intent of being used in course contexts. If you are teaching a class and would like the libraries to consider purchasing an item please contact Scott Spicer or your subject liaison librarian. These individuals can help you with other library needs as well.