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Online Teaching and Learning

This guide is designed to help faculty navigate and learn more about online teaching environments.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do I do with books and other items I have checked out?
    • All materials from the Goldstein Library will have their due dates advanced through September 2020. Questions? Ask Us via phone, email, chat, or text.
  • How can I access library resources from home or when the library is closed?
    • The library has thousands of Ebooks available 24/7 through the library catalog. (Hint: Limit the Location to Online.) 
    • You can also access articles, images, sounds, music, and more through the Goldstein Library's Resources A-Z list. 
  • How can I get help with my project even from off campus?
    • Visit the Ask Us page on the library website to contact us via phone, email, chat, or text.
    • You can also schedule virtual Zoom Research Consultations with a Librarian via our Schedule an Appointment link.  
  • What if I have trouble accessing online library resources?
    • If you are having difficulty accessing online library resources, email or contact us via phone, chat, or text on our Ask Us page.
    • If you are having trouble signing up for any of our online library resources such as LinkedIn Learning, Killer Tracks, etc, please refer to our Library Resources: Special Instructions research guide.