Library Services for Faculty
- Instruction tailored to meet needs of each class
- Available in The Dalles, Hood River and online
- Contact the library at least one week in advance to request
- We can create a research guide specifically for your class
- Examples of class guides
The library has the ability to place requested items on reserve. These items are restricted to library-use only; they cannot leave the library, so they are available to all students. You can place library-owned or your own copies of materials on reserve.
Using Outside Resources
What to Know
When using outside resources, you'll need to pay attention to copyright. Copyright means use of that material is restricted. But there are exceptions. Or you can bypass all that copyright stuff, by using an alternative, called Open Education Resources. People who create OERs pick a different kind of license that allows for use by anyone.
What copyright means and the exceptions that allow you to use copyright materials in the classroom anyway.
Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Open educational resources are materials that are available online for anyone to use. The library can help you find OERs to use in your classes.