Tools for Instruction
The Emory Libraries provide a variety of tools and services to support your teaching and learning endeavors.
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- Course Reserves – Instructors make reserves materials such as scanned articles, e-books, streaming media, and physical books available to their students. You can get in touch with our Course Reserves team for assistance with setting up reserves for physical or electronic items.
- Media Booking Services - Subject librarians can help you with acquiring and booking physical or streaming media for your class
- Collection Requests – Instructors can request Emory Libraries items for pickup, recall items, or request a purchase. And, you can always connect with your subject librarian if you need help obtaining materials for your course.
We have a wide range of research guides on different topics and areas of study. Subject librarians can also create customized guides specifically for your course.
Where to Get Support
- The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) is a collaborative research center that creates innovative, sustainable models of digital scholarship and publication for public and academic use. ECDS can provide support for your research and your teaching with their expertise in digital teaching, GIS, text analysis, and more.
- Emory Libraries Scholarly Communication Office (SCO) - This team can provide resources, help, and expertise with copyright questions, incorporating open access materials in your course, research data management, and more.
- Center for Faculty Development and Excellence (CFDE) – Visit the CFDE for support with your teaching and to find guides, toolkits, resources, and workshops contributed by Academic Technology Services and Emory librarians.
- Student Digital Life (SDL) provides technology services, spaces, and support for all Emory undergraduate and graduate students.
- Production Studios – SDL studios support video, photo, and audio production, practicing and recording presentations, and online conferencing and streaming.