Ready-made lists of library resources for your course

Are your students having trouble finding scholarly sources for their assignments?  Not sure where they can turn for help with their research questions?

The library has designed ready-made pages of discipline-specific resources – recommended books & e-books, journals, databases, and other print and online resources – to help your students get started with their research.  If you see missing or incorrect items in the list, liaison librarians can customize these pages for your classes by adding links to specific items within the library catalogue, or external websites.

Screenshot of Library Resources page for INF2012 (Instructor's view)Screenshot of Library Resources page for INF2012 (Instructor’s view)
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The ‘Instructor Links’ section, only visible to instructors, includes additional information pertaining to copyright issues, and course reserve requests.

Library resource pages also include contact information for booking in-person research consultations with a librarian and for chatting virtually via the ‘Ask a Librarian’ IM service.

How to access library resource pages

Does your course have a Portal site?  Students can access the library resources page in the course menu, by clicking on the “Library Resources” link on the left hand side of the page.

Library resources location within the Portal
Library Resources location within the Portal
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If your course doesn’t have a Portal site, or you would like to share a direct link to the Library Resources page with your students, you can do so by searching for your course code using our look-up tool.

For more details, please contact your liaison librarian.

by Partnering for Academic Success (PASS): librarian secondees with CTSI
Rita Vine, Head, Faculty and Student Engagement, U of T Libraries
Mindy Thuna, Science Liaison Librarian, UTM
Monique Flaccavento, Faculty Liaison Library in Education, OISE
Heather Buchansky, Student Engagement Librarian, U of T Libraries

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