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Faculty Support: Course Development

Welcome

This guide contains resources for updating your courses, including Subject Librarian consultations and Academic Technology Support Services.

Instruction and Assignment Support

Subject Librarians can help faculty do the following:

  • Identify course resources, including books, journals, and streaming media.
  • Embed and link to library resources in Blackboard.
  • Locate primary sources and data sets.
  • Develop library research assignments.
  • Identify and create information literacy modules and tutorials.
  • Provide in-class library research and information literacy instruction.

Schedule a Consultation with a Subject Librarian to learn more.

 

Subject Resources

Academic Technology Support

We provide technical troubleshooting, individual consultation, orientations and workshops to faculty, students, and staff of the University of La Verne.

Technology Tools

Course Capture Tools

such as Loom

Creativity Tools

such as Photoshop, iMovie

Learning Management System

Blackboard

Research Tools

such as Qualtrics

Experiential Learning Tools

such as Virtual Reality, 3D printing

Virtual Teaching Tools

such as Zoom, Webex, Webex Teams, and VDI

Technology in Fitness

Smart water bottle, sleep tracking app, and more!

 

 

 

Academic Technology Help Desk

Hours: 

  • Monday-Friday12pm - 5pm
  • You are welcome to send us emails outside of these hours.

Visit our Virtual Roomhttps://ulv-edu.zoom.us/my/academictechnologysupport

Email us: academictechnology@laverne.edu

Call us: +16699006833,,6229415518# 

Course Reserve Service

Since the University of La Verne will be remote for Fall 2020 and to promote the health of all members of the La Verne community we are currently not accepting physical items to be placed on reserve. We will try our best to make all reserve materials available electronically.

  • Journal articles, chapters from books (personal and library copies) and pamphlets can be scanned by library staff and made available to your students electronically for the course’s duration. The library requires a minimum of seven days for scanning before they are available for student use.
  • The Wilson Library is not accepting physical copies of videos. The library will make every effort to purchase digital copies of requested films. Please allow at least 5 days for processing.  Please note, not all films are available digitally. If a film is not available digitally, you may contact a librarian for help finding alternative material that is available digitally.

To place materials on reserve, please submit a completely filled out reserve form.

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