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Library Support for Teaching Religious Studies

Library in the University curriculum

This chart indicates where librarians teach across the curriculum, along with session goals.

Library Resources for Course Development

There is a library link on Isidore, where you and students can schedule a research appointment, chat with a librarian, connect to the library website, and add a research guide or two to this page.

 

 

 

In addition to course-specific research guides, the library has created guides on related writing and research topics.  These guides can be embedded within a syllabus or on your Isidore page.

The library offers several streaming video services, including Kanopy.  The College of Arts & Sciences also underwrites streaming videos (usually major motion pictures) via the Swank subscription.  See your Porches website to request titles available from Swank.

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.

Research Support

Roesch Library's reference services offer free research assistance on any assignment, at any stage of the research process. Visit the first floor Information Desk to meet in-person, or connect remotely with a librarian via the Libraries’ Get Help page: https://udayton.edu/libraries/help.php. Research consultation service hours are listed online at libcal.udayton.edu/hours. No appointment is necessary, although they are available; to make an appointment with a librarian, see either the Library Resources tab in Isidore or connect via https://libcal.udayton.edu/appointments.

The teaching librarians have created a number of learning objects related to critical thinking and research skills.  Here are some examples that you can link within a syllabus, embed in Isidore, or assign as homework.

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