Teaching and Learning
Discover how library staff can support you in designing your courses, identifying resources, and developing new approaches to pedagogy.
Instruction and Assignment Design
Contact email@example.com to meet with library staff to discuss ways to develop your course design, refine assignments, select the best resources for your students, and empower your students with digital, information, and archival literacy.
Turnaround time for Instruction & Assignment Design
The library is eager to partner with you whenever we can, whether you need in-class instruction or consultative services. In order to ensure we have enough time to plan shared learning goals, please give as much advanced notice as possible for collaborating on a class — and at least one week's notice for class visits.
Technology for Pedagogy
- Yuja EVP
- Davidson Domains
Technology for Assignments
- Story mapping and timelines
- Podcasts and video
- Davidson Domains
Digital Fluency, Information and Archival Literacy
- Critical engagement with technologies
- Data analysis and research management
- Digital identity and privacy
- Source evaluation and fact-checking
- Strategic searching
- Copyright and information ethics
- Inquiry-driven study and object-based learning
- Primary source curation
Course Resource Development
Reserve items and Course Material Lists
Easily build lists of course materials from the library’s collections and the web to reduce the financial burden of traditional textbooks while expanding access to information using Leganto. If you are interested in using Leganto for your courses, please contact Jayme Sponsel (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Requests for physical reserves can be made by emailing Jason Radcliffe (email@example.com).
Media Digitization Requests
Upon request, the E. H. Little Library will stream media that is considered integral to the classroom experience of a course.
Faculty can now initiate a digitization request through the library catalog by locating a DVD in our collection, signing in, and selecting the "Digitization" option. Our How to Find Videos guide provides additional information about the request process.
Faculty will receive an email notification with a link to the video when the requested title is available. You can check on the status of your request by visiting the "My Requests" area of your library account. If you have questions regarding the request process, please contact Jason Radcliffe, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Turnaround time for Reserves and Streaming Requests
To provide sufficient time to process reserves and streaming requests, we ask that faculty submit requests seven (7) days before the content is needed for class use. Please note, if a DVD must be purchased to fulfill a streaming request, this will prolong the processing time. Submissions will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Reserves and Streaming Guidelines and Policies
- Guidelines for Posting Materials in Moodle for copyright policies related to course reserves
- Digitization and Streaming Policy for explanation of what can be legally digitized for a course
The library develops and maintains guides that provide tips and tools for doing research and curate resources for special topics. To learn more about what guides the library can create, contact email@example.com.
Center for Teaching & Learning
The library and the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) collaborate to provide resources and develop programming that introduce innovative technology and pedagogy to teaching and scholarship.
- Objects to Inspire Learning
- Getting Started with Digital Projects
- Inclusive Digital Pedagogy
- Pedagogical Tools and Innovations
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with ideas for future programming.