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Quick Kit for SCC Faculty Pivoting to Online: Home

SCC Faculty Guide to Teaching Online

We're here for you

Are you moving your classes online? Skitch holding a book with heading "Bigfoot Reserach Team"

The SCC Library provides support services and resources that you can incorporate into your online courses.


Contact us any time!   

Below are examples of instructional services and resources we routinely provide in the online environment. Faculty librarians are eager to support your students' information needs. Contact your liaison librarian to discuss customized support tailored to your courses.

Services

Faculty librarians teach information literacy (research, citation, source evaluation, etc.).

Many online faculty regularly engage librarians to provide support in the online environment.

We're happy to collaborate with you to create customized support tailored to your needs.


Example services:

  • Online tutorials you can embed in Canvas
  • Synchronous instruction sessions taught live via Zoom 
  • Asynchronous instruction sessions recorded in Panopto
  • 24/7 live-chat research help that you can link in your course
  • Assignments or exercises that teach research, citation, source evaluation and other information literacy skills
  • Embed a librarian in your Canvas course during a period of time to teach a specific outcome, support students in their research process, or lead a discussion.

 

Resources

SCC Library holds extensive digital collections of eBooks, streaming videos and more.

Librarians will support you in selecting and incorporating all types of information resources into Canvas.


Consult with librarians to:

  • Embed media into your Canvas course
  • Create online resource guides curated for your course
  • Discover and select Open Educational Resources (OER) and other free web content
  • Learn about free textbooks from major publishers that are being made available during the Covid-19 event.