The Library, the Center for Digital Learning and Teaching Innovation, and the Division of Distance and Online Education are here to assist faculty as you move your courses online. Due to the extraordinary nature of this event, many publishers are making resources available to institutions either free or at greatly reduced cost. This guide offers resources you may find useful in this transition period. As we learn of more offers and/or resources, we will update this guide.
Should you require a resource that is not listed here, please contact Constance Grant (firstname.lastname@example.org). It is possible that a free trial can be arranged for a database, or eBooks purchased.
As a reminder, a special email address has been created for remote teaching pedagogy and related technology help:
which stands for Instructional Design Team. This email comes to a select team who can provide help with remote or online teaching. It's not to replace the help desk which supports access and systems issues, it is for "how do I do this in an online course" type questions. It is not a 24/7 response but it is monitored by at least one of us on weekends so if you need help then, please reach out to us.