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Library Resources & Support for Online Learning

Overview of Library Support for Online Learning

The Gregg-Graniteville Library is here to support the UofSC Aiken community both online and on-campus. COVID-19 has shifted more classroom instruction online, and as we move forward, we will be seeing more online, blended, hybrid and flipped classes.  Know that the Gregg-Graniteville Library is here to support you as you adapt your classroom. We are happy to provide expertise and guidance for you and your students. We offer a rich selection of eResources, research support online, as well as virtual information literacy instruction.

This guide provides faculty with an overview of the online resources and services available through the library. Below is a list of some of the ways we can be of assistance. Don't hesitate to contact your liaison librarian, or reach out via our general Ask a Librarian service to discuss ways we can support you and your students. 

 For teaching faculty, the librarians can:

 Advise you on library eResources for your Blackboard course or syllabus

  • -Ebooks, journal articles, streaming videos and more from the Gregg-Graniteville Library
  • -Open Educational Resources
  • -How to include copyright compliant links to library resources  

 Provide your class with information literacy instruction

  • -Synchronous online instruction via Blackboard Collaborate
  • -Asynchronous online tutorials (full class sessions or specific tutorials)
  • -Virtual small group research consultations

Create online tutorials and support resources for your students

  • -Course Guides (webpages catered to your course information needs)
  • -Citation support resources

 Provide research support online for you and your students

  • -Ask a Librarian chat - 24 hours a day Monday-Friday and 8am-midnight on Saturday and Sunday. 
  • -Virtual research consultations with a librarian (by appointment)
    • -- One-on-one appointments with a librarian via video conferencing tool
    • -- Small group consultation appointments with a librarian via video conferencing tool. 


Ask a Librarian