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*Ecampus Library Services

Information about library services for students taking Ecampus courses and instructors teaching Ecampus courses.

Ecampus Librarian

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Stefanie Buck
Contact:
4th Floor, Valley Library
541.737.7273
Website / Blog PageSkype Contact
Subjects:Ecampus, Psychology

10 Things to Know For Instructors

This video and handout give you a brief overview of things you need to know about the OSU Libraries.

To link to the STUDENT version of this video from your Canvas site, use https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q91ikLZFp_g

What you should know about the OSU Libraries in slightly over 4 minutes

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Ecampus Library Videos

You can learn more about the library and how to use our resources when it's convenient for you! The Ecampus Library Videos are available on a variety of topics about the library, getting materials, improving your search skills, etc.

Webinars on Demand

If you would like a webinar customized for your course, please let me know and we can design something that will meet your class requirements.  I can record these webinars for students who cannot attend. Please contact me directly to arrange for a webinar. A  two-week lead time is appreciated.

Research Help

Students are welcome to contact me with research questions or questions about using the library resources and services in  general. Feel free to include a link to this guide or my contact information on your course syllabus or Canvas site.

Linking to library sources

You can link to online articles for the library databases by creating a persistent link. A persistent link, also known as a durable, stable, or permanent link, is a URL that connects directly to a specific full-text article in a library database or electronic journal subscription. Persistent links can be placed within the LMS, syllabi and readings lists. They allow students to access articles by linking directly to OSU Libraries' electronic subscriptions.

Custom Research Guides

Librarians can make custom research guides for your class. Research guides help direct students to the best resources and provide guidance on how to conduct effective research. They are highly customizable to reflect your course learning outcomes. Please see our Research guides web page for examples. Contact me if you are interested in a guide for your class. A two-week lead time is appreciated.

For Instructors