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Resources for Teaching and Learning: Home

This guide provides links to library and other resources for instructors and faculty involved in teaching in the social sciences. Many of these resources provide useful asynchronous learning opportunities to complement in-class curriculum.

Customized Support from your Librarian

Online Courses, Modules and Webinars

Course materials

The Libraries supports your teaching and student learning through the provision of resources, course texts and other materials. If you plan to use a book, book chapter or article in your class, check with us to see if this material can be made available to students through the library. Course reserves can be set up for your material to ensure that all students in a class can access the content. We can also help you identify free and open access resources for teaching and learning.

Platforms for Collaboration, Coursework and Open Research

Liaison Librarian

Library Workshops

 

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The Libraries offer many workshops (this semester all online!) from conducting literature reviews to data visualization and management and more. Check out our list of workshops and register at the CMU Libraries workshop page

Library Videos and Tutorials

We offer a number of videos and tutorials varying in length related to using CMU Libraries resources and services.

Other useful guides