The Leatherby Libraries Librarians can support your research needs wherever you are. While our in-person services and spaces are physically not available, online services continue.
- Librarians are available to meet with any faculty, students, or classes virtually for several possible things:
- Individual virtual meetings with faculty to discuss online sources and research
- One-on-one virtual meetings with students to help directly with research
- Virtual library instruction sessions with your entire class to talk about, for example, how to find, evaluate, and cite information sources.
- They can also make pre-recorded videos for asynchronous viewing.
- Using Panopto, they can see who has watched the videos, how much of the videos they watched, and if they insert quiz questions into the video, how they performed on the quizzes. So you can assign it for credit (or extra credit) if you wish.
- If you had been relying on print books or DVDs, they can help you locate online substitutions that the Leatherby Libraries already owns or subscribes, such as ebooks and streaming videos.
Please also consult the library’s Research Guide for your school or department, which you can access here.
The Library Content for Online Teaching and Learning Guide is specifically designed to help you find resources while teaching and learning remotely.