Online Learning: For Faculty

A research guide to help faculty and students find, access, and navigate online materials available through the library

Faculty Guide to Library Services During COVID-19

Our physical building may be closed but we are still open online to assist you. 

Here are some of the faculty services that we are offering during COVID-19: 

  • Book-chapter and article scanning (as staffing allows) 
  • Needed books can be purchased and sent directly to your homes - please contact your subject librarian (link below)
  • Virtual research assistance with a librarian during extended hours (8:00 am – 8:00 pm) 

For more information book and chapter scanning - please visit "Faculty Services during COVID-19" link below. 

Moving Your Classes Online

The Center for Teaching and Learning is working with faculty to prepare them to move their classes online. Please visit their website for more information. Links to their resources are below. 

Vendor thats have expanded access during COVID-19

Below is a link to a google doc of vendors who are expanding access to online materials - including ebooks, streaming videos, and online instructional activities. We have not personally vetted this list - it is crowdsourced from librarians and instructors across the U.S. Please note that most resources will be available until May or June 2020. 

Digital Learning Objects

Digital Learning Objects are digital materials (videos, websites, interactive tutorials) with defined instructional value that can be used in a variety of ways to improve teaching and learning.

EBooks and Streaming Videos

See the other pages in this guide for more specific direction on how to find, access, and download/print/save eBooks and how to find and access streaming videos.

Your subject librarian (list here: https://www.marquette.edu/library/about/subjectspec.php) is happy to help you locate the right resource or help purchase individual titles as needed.