Consider collaboration with your librarian for assignment development and to foster effective research skills for your students.
Online Faculty Support
During this time, we are offering the following online services to faculty:
- Extensive online resources including including over 5 million eBooks, 105,000+ eJournals, 191,878 streaming videos, 157 eResources, which can be accessed with your Humber login credentials and incorporated into Blackboard.
- Faculty looking for online, course-related readings and/or streaming videos can contact their liaison librarian or the copyright team at email@example.com.
Research Guides and Instruction
- Research guides tailored to many programs and subjects can be shared in Blackboard. Research guides provide tailored resources and research tips.
- For an introduction to library research, consider linking to Library Research Tutorial – The Basics.
- Faculty are also encouraged to explore the Research & Digital Literacy Instruction page and select “eLearning” as the delivery method for existing online research supports.
- Be aware that during this time, Humber's Fair Dealing Policy is the official guide for the use of copyrighted material for your teaching.
- Visit the Library's copyright website for more details and examples on how to legally and ethically utilize a wide variety of content.
- If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Idea Lab offers a suite of online resources to support the creation of digital media such as infographics, narrated PowerPoint videos, podcasts, and more.
The Learning Portal
- The Learning Portal is available to faculty to support a range of teaching needs. A faculty toolkit and Blackboard cartridges are available for many teaching topics.
Contact your Librarian
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Working with your Librarian
Your librarian offers the following services. Contact them to start the conversation.
- Student research skill development
- Defining research topic
- Understanding the importance of various sources
- Developing a search strategy
- Knowing what Humber’s library offers
- Finding and accessing information
- Critically evaluating resources
- Ethical information use (ie: plagiarism/citation)
- Resource suggestions for your classroom and your own research
- Collection development and new program collection assessments
- Reference and consultation services (online and in-person)
- Research guide creation for your programs and courses
- Online tutorials and handouts on various research topics and skills
- Student outreach and orientation