Research Guides are curated, customized resource lists created by library staff to support programs of study, specific assignments and topics of interest. The Library currently maintains over 200 Research Guides featuring high-quality resources in print and digital formats and are an excellent starting point for student research.
Guides can be fully integrated into eLearn courses through Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI). The LTI tool makes it easy to add a full research guide, a page in a guide or a box from a guide into any eLearn course. This ensures that research content stays current and custom stats can be generated by your Liaison Librarian to see how often students are viewing the guide content.
You can find more information about research guide integration and LTI on our Learning Tool Interoperability (LTI): Overview
Faculty comments and input are encouraged and appreciated.
Faculty, we would be happy to create assignment and course specific guides for you, just ask!
If you teach in Business, Communication Arts, or Skilled Trades contact:
Meaghan Tyrell | ext. 3129 | Office Location: Cummings Library, H101a
If you teach in Health or Community Services contact:
Laura Riggs | ext. 6720 | Office Location: IAHS Library
If you teach in Technology contact:
Robert Soulliere | ext. 3936 | Office Location: Cummings Library, H101a
If you teach in Preparatory Studies contact:
Emily Hector | ext. 4152 | Office Location: Cummings Library, H101a
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