Find resources to help your students understand the fundamental values of academic integrity and avoid unintentional academic misconduct. Access the AI Tutorial that introduces the concept of academic integrity, our rights and responsibilities as members of a scholarly community, and develops skills to prevent misconduct.
Support for Teaching Online
The University Library provides curriculum and student academic support through consultative services and remote delivery of library programming and course-related instruction. The Planned Remote Teaching site provides information, supports, and resources from across campus to help instructors set up remote courses for next term.
Learn how we can support the use of copyrighted materials in the classroom and your syllabus.
Place items from your course syllabus on reserve for your students. Learn how to use direct, permanent links to electronic resources.
Create direct and permanent links to online articles, journals, and ebooks that will connect your students to the resources they need.
Your subject librarian can provide customized information literacy workshops, resources, and library orientations for your classes.
Open access literature, open textbooks, and open educational resources can be used in your classroom as free, high-quality alternatives to commercial textbooks. Find out how the library can support the use of open resources in your teaching and how to make your scholarly work accessible to students and instructors.
Request a Purchase
Is there something the library doesn't have that would benefit your students? Submit a request to your subject librarian.