Library staff are here to help you successfully teach your courses this academic year, whether you are teaching remotely, in-person, or a hybrid model and no matter if your students are living on- or off-campus.


Consult with your subject librarian about virtually joining your class or participating in a course Slack channel. They can work with you to create assignments using library resources in a remote learning environment. Or ask them about creating a customized research guide to meet the specific needs of your course or research assignments.

Special Collections staff will work with you to design a remote class session or to provide special collections materials to support your course and its assignments.

Collaborate with the Book Arts Workshop to create remote class sessions and supply kits around the subject of books, book history, printing, binding, book as art or journal.

Contact the Jones Media Center to discuss the many options for using media and technology in your courses.


Request digitization of course materials to be placed online in your Canvas course or find digital versions available complimentary from publishers and content providers.

Due to the remote delivery of most courses and the complications of sanitizing and quarantining materials loaned on an hourly basis, we will not be able to offer physical reserves this term. The Library will endeavor to make all required course readings available in digital formats.

Thank you for your assistance and understanding as we work together to make this year a success!


Review our quick guide on copyright concerns, finding openly available materials for teaching, and sharing your research. Contact the Library's Scholarly Communication staff for more information or assistance.


Library staff are actively involved with teaching and learning partners across campus to support you and your students’ needs for this fall term.