Course Resources

Course Resources pages can include links to Humber Libraries' article and eBook collections as well as Internet content. The links can be organized by week or topic.

Library vendor licences cover this type of linking and sharing with students.

Why use Course Resources?

  • Free for students
  • Easy access in Blackboard to required readings
  • Customized for your course
  • Copyright permissions not needed

Course Resources example:
Course Resources page example

Get your own Course Resources

Scenario A: You know which library articles or eBooks you want.

  1. Add the citations to a document.
  2. Organize the readings by week or topic.
  3. Email this document to copyright@humber.ca.
  4. Tell us the course code, course name and semester.

Scenario B: You'd like to see what is available on your topic.

  1. Use the Discover search box to look for library articles or eBooks.
  2. Once you find relevant readings then follow the steps in Scenario A.

We will then create your Course Resources page. The page is hosted by the library so you just need to provide a link to it in your course site.

Choose from the list to find eResources specific to that type.