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University Library Online

Support for Teaching

Curriculum and student academic support through consultative services and remote delivery of library programming and course-related instruction.

We encourage you to:

  • Link to our University Library Online guide in the learning management system (LMS).
  • Connect with your Liaison Librarian.
  • Contact the USask Copyright Coordinator for any questions you have related to copyright and online delivery.
  • Embed direct links to electronic resources in the LMS or your syllabus. You can also embed the Research and/or Learning Guides that relate to your course.
  • Reference our supports and services in your course syllabus.
  • Integrate resources like the Academic Integrity Tutorial in your course design.
  • Invite Librarians or Learning Specialists to facilitate in-class instruction or workshops on research, writing, or academic skills development.
    • These might be structured as synchronous or asynchronous sessions.
    • Sessions can be facilitated via WebEx, narrated PowerPoint or video, and/or Panopto.
  • Talk with us to discuss how together we can best support student success during this period of remote teaching and learning at USask.
  • If you are interested in arranging an online library orientation please contact Amy St-Jacques, our Library Orientation and Academic Transition Assistant: amy-renee.st-jacques@usask.ca

For information, supports, and resources from across campus to help you set up remote courses for next term, please see the Planned Remote Teaching site.