Delivering your course
Explore how you can use Library resources and tools to enhance your teaching, both face-to-face and online.
Getting expert advice
Your Liaison Librarian can advise you on
- Sourcing e-resources and online learning objects for use in your teaching
- Linking your students in Blackboard to e-resources, online help and online learning tools.
The Copyright Management Services team can answer all your copyright questions and organise permissions for licensing copyrighted works.
Teaching with online resources and tools
There is a range of e-resources, online tools and online learning objects that can enhance your teaching in class and online.
Streaming videos, off-air recordings, images and Open Educational Resources, these are just some examples of resources you can use in a classroom or online.
Library Course Page tool
Create a customised list of Library resources that you can link to from your BlackBoard course. Examples include Library subject guides, online tutorials, embedded search boxes, and the Ask a Librarian service.
Personal Response Systems (Keepad)
Use Personal Response Systems (PRS) for real-time class polling, quick surveys or to collect feedback from your students. Book the Keepad kit using an online form and collect it from your campus Library.