Welcome! We at the UCC Library love working with you and your students! Please take a look at the boxes on this page to see what resources and services we offer and contact us anytime with questions!
Schedule information literacy presentations and activities for your online classes!
Place textbooks, books, articles, or audio/visual materials on reserve for your students. Check the list of current textbooks on reserve to make sure yours are up-to-date. If you can't get a copy of your textbook, complete the Faculty Request Form for Textbooks/Library by the deadline each term. Learn more...
Create a customized online research guide for your class!
Check out our current research guides.
Ready to start? Want to update your existing guide? Complete the Faculty Request Form for Textbooks/Library Collection or Contact the UCC Librarians.
Does the UCC Library have the print and online collections to support your students' learning? Are you unsure of what we have and want to check with us?
Are there web (non-library) resources (e.g, census data) that your students could use for their assignments? Would a library research guide and/or an information literacy presentation teaching them how to search for, evaluate, and use these resources be helpful?
Please complete the form below and we'll follow-up with you!
Consider adopting an open textbook or open course materials.
Step 1: Email the UCC Librarians your syllabus and ask them to find OER for your course.
Learn more about OER...
We are available to help you and your students find resources -- whether from the library or on the web. We can help your students with understanding their assignment instructions, narrowing a topic and coming up with a research question, finding and evaluating sources, reading through the sources to understand them, and citing them in APA or MLA format.
We can usually be found in the library, but feel free to make an appointment. We are also available by phone or email.
Would you like your students to read an online article or ebook? Link to articles and ebooks from Canvas.
When you find an article, ebook, or streaming video in a library database, don't copy the URL from your web browser -- this will break.
Always look for a permanent link to copy. Look for permalink, bookmark, document URL, or share. Copy as paste these links into your Canvas course.
Learn how to add a link into a Canvas Module so that it looks like the example below. For example, you could add a link to the Library Research Tutorial. http://guides.ucclibrary.com/research What a good idea! No?
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