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Graduate Student Research Tips & Tricks: Teaching Resources and Support
This guide provides information about resources that may be used by instructors in place of, or in addition to, commercial textbooks, to help students manage the cost of college by using online resources (textbooks, journal articles, etc.) that are free and open.
See this guide for various film options that the Library provides access to. You may find additional films in SWANK Digital Campus, a selection of box office hits permitted for public performance in non-theatrical markets.
Librarians regularly collaborate with instructors to address the research and information literacy needs of a given course, assignment, or class project. Instruction can take place in the library, in your classroom, via web conferencing software, and/or through online course guides. Contact your subject librarian to set up a session. We look forward to working with you!
CITL develops and delivers a series of workshops, programs, and trainings for faculty and graduate students. Their focus is on instructional design and the use of new technologies in support of teaching and learning.