Library instruction sessions can be held via Zoom. To request a session from your librarian, please fill out this form.
You can create direct links to the library’s electronic journal articles, books, and videos in Blackboard or webpages. For more information, see Persistent Links.
Open Educational Resources (OER) are freely available, reusable documents, assessments, courses, media, textbooks, and more. Many of these resources are online and can be found by consulting with your liaison librarian.
Interlibrary Loan staff can fill requests for electronic information (journal articles, book chapters, etc.). We will continue print Interlibrary Loan and EZ Borrow with the caveat that it may take longer to get materials because some other institutions are taking ILL and EZB offline.
You have access to all online content through our Research page. Please consult with a librarian for assistance.
Gumberg provides research websites specifically tailored by subject and topic which can be used to support student and faculty research.
Use QuickSearch to search for materials including ebooks, electronic journal articles, streaming videos, books, musical scores, CDs, DVDs and more.
Gumberg provides access to over 89,000 eJournals via our databases. You can also locate eJournals by title. If you're not certain which database to search for the journal articles you need, we have a site that can help.
Use the How to Access Gumberg Library Resources Off-Campus tutorial for help connecting with Gumberg Library’s research databases.
Access to Infobase's Academic Virtual Classroom is free during this time. username: distancelearning2, password: trial.
Ebsco has opened up free access to a growing list of publishers until June 30th. They can be found on this list.
Gumberg provides access to 70,000 streaming videos through several different streaming video sites. This site will give you an overview of them, the kind of videos each has, and how you access them.
These centers can help you further develop your online course.
COVID-19 Faculty Senate Discussion Board - login via Blackboard. If you have any questions please contact a Gumberg librarian.