Course & Instructional Support
Library & Information Technology Services can assist faculty in preparing content to be used in the context of courses. We have a variety of options for placing materials on course reserve (including digitizing print), and using streaming video. Also, see also our guide on Sharing Course Materials for guidance on Fair use and copying for educational purposes.
Digital Liberal Arts Framework (DLAF)
The DLAF offers students opportunities to reflect on and develop digital skills in the following areas: Information and data literacy, communication and collaboration, digital content creation and making, safety, and problem solving.
Our classrooms and labs have been adapted and equipped with the latest technology to accommodate remote and hybrid teaching environments, and to maintain social distance requirements.
Moodle is the College’s course management platform. The Moodle Resource Center provides information on getting started and completing common tasks. For additional tips, please see articles on the Research, Instruction, Technology blog.
Research librarians offer customized workshops for courses ranging from First-Year seminars to Graduate Thesis and independent studies. Faculty members can collaborate with librarians on developing research-specific learning goals for courses or assignments.
Faculty who are transitioning to a remote teaching environment should begin with our Instructional Continuity page, which contains helpful getting-started information. We also post tips on remote instruction on the Research, Instruction, Technology blog.
Learn more: Visit the Research, Instruction, Technology (RIT) website for ongoing updates and tips, make an appointment with one of the staff, or contact a member of Research, Instruction, Technology, or the Student Technology Assistants for help with your course needs.