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Remote Library Services

The University Libraries building is closed, but our services and many of our collections are accessible online. We will do everything we can to support you.

Curriculum Support

Faculty needing materials to support their online courses should contact their liaison librarian.

Course Reserves: Access to physical course reserves is temporarily suspended. Electronic reserves (e.g., book chapters and articles) can be made accessible to students in support of online classroom instruction through Isidore by filling out the request form. For more information, please email ereserves@udayton.edu.

Streaming Video: If there is a film that you had hoped to show in your class but no longer can, we can search our digital content providers to see if the film is available to add to your class Isidore site. Email Chris Tangeman at ctangeman1@udayton.edu with the film title and the course and section numbers.

Online Library Instruction

The Roesch Library teaching team remains available to provide instruction and research support in ways that work best for your course. Multiple options are available, including Zoom conferencing; chats or forums in Isidore; electronic worksheets and handouts; and online research guides.  

To request library teaching support, please use this form.

Learning objects: In addition to teaching research skills and creating research guides, librarians at Roesch Library have created other learning objects that might be helpful for your courses. To request help with a learning object, please use this form.

Examples:  

Other sources for learning objects

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