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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. 

Digitized Materials

As part of continuing library services during this time, we will also expand access to digital and digitized materials as we are able (within availability and within copyright restrictions). 
Please use our form to request a scan from physical library materials (books, magazines, or other items you normally find in the library) and we will email it to you: FORM.

For those seeking scans of textbooks, please be aware that we are only able to scan a small portion of the book due to copyright restrictions. 

Please also see this offer from the Ringling College Art Supply Store to gain access to up to 7 ebooks at no additional charge.