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Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ: Teaching with Library Materials

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ: General

Can I still reserve physical materials for my course? 

Yes, please click here to fill out the Course Reserves Request Form. We will work with you on providing scans if Ebook editions or other electronic resources cannot be accessed. Reminder: please submit course reserve requests at least 5 working days before students are expected to use the materials. 

Can I still request a librarian to teach a library instruction session for my course? 

Yes! We love collaborating with faculty on subject-specific information literacy. Please click here to fill out the Request a Research Instruction Form. We will follow-up with you on your course, assignment, and students’ needs. 

Can I still show films to my class? 

Yes. If the films are not available from the streaming film databases we subscribe to (i.e. ProQuest/Alexander Academic Videos Online and Docuseek), please fill out the Film Delivery Request Form.  The library will research and see if the film(s) may be available. We will purchase the streaming right for the individual films if necessary. 

When these options are unavailable, we will work with the IT department to make the films accessible in a Course Group in MS Stream. Your students will need to be added to the Course Group so that they can view the film. Please contact Jenn Tirrell for assistance. 

For more information on streaming or screensharing film in your courses, please refer to our FAQs: Film.