Did you know that you can embed a librarian in your Canvas course to provide information about the library. The librarian can import a library module into your Canvas course that highlights resources specific to the subject of the course. They can interact with your students via a discussion board or assignment that pertains to information literacy and research. And of course we are also happy to provide either a face-to-face library workshop or an online webinar for your students.
Contact Molly Mansfield, email@example.com, for more information.
These collections are from Alexander Street Press and include:
Each video contains a link that you can use to embed the video in your class page. The collection can be found alphabetically in the A-Z Database List on the Articles & Databases tab of the library homepage or by going directly to Alexander Street Press.
Crown Library's Instruction Program is available to all faculty members, on campus and off.
The Program includes:
For online courses, a librarian can meet with your class using Adobe Connect, a web conferencing service that allows for an interactive session that can be recorded and added to your class portal for students unable to attend the live session.
For courses at Grayslake and Triton, a librarian can meet with your class face-to-face.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about library instruction for your class.
More information about the Crown Library Instruction Program.
Crown Library has a selection of video tutorials on using library tools and resources available here.
Contact Molly Mansfield (email@example.com) to have a video tutorial created to meet the needs and curriculum of your course. All videos can be embedded into your class page.