Research and Course Guides walk your students through doing research in a wide variety of disciplines. Please check out our list of Subject Guides to determine which guide is the best fit for your class. If you would like a guide created for your course, please contact your liaison directly, and they can design one for your specific course.
In addition please check out the Library's Low Cost No Cost Guide to Resources. It contains links to guides and resources to help you as you move your courses into an online environment.
Books in the Georgia Southern Libraries collection can be sent directly to your home address. To request an item, you must be logged in. The first button listed is REQUEST. Once you click on this link, you will be prompted to put your mailing address and phone number in the Comments section. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out and ask for help.
Need help transitioning from print to online course readings? Please use the Course Reserves Form to make your request.
We continue to be committed to making Course Reserves available to students in an online environment. As part of Georgia Southern University Libraries’s efforts to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, physical Course Reserves are currently unavailable. We are working with faculty members to make alternatives e-versions available so that students may successfully complete their online course work. We will work as quickly as possible to buy electronic versions of texts and readings where possible. When e-versions are not available for purchase, your library liaison may help you to identify Open Educational Resources (OER) alternatives for your course.
Anatomy Models: While Course Reserves are unavailable, the library’s physical anatomy models are unavailable. Faculty/ Staff/ Students do have access to an online database with similar content:
Access Visible Body: Skeleton Premium and login with your mygeorgiasouthern.edu and password.
If you have a request for a title that is not in our collections, please fill out the appropriate form on Kanopy or please use our materials request form.
This page directs you to guidance, strategies, and resources for making quick changes that will enable you to deliver your traditional face-to-face course in an online environment effectively.
For a quick guide, download the document: Essential Guide for Online Course Design. This download provides information about your online syllabus, designing online instruction, and academic honesty.
For more specific guidance, best practices in online course design and delivery, as well as recommended tools and tutorials, review Getting Started with Folio – for Faculty. The materials in this course are designed for faculty at all levels of online teaching expertise, from novice to expert. If you are locked out, contact the CTE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Guide to Online Boot Camp trainings will provide you an introduction to Folio tools. This two-hour boot camp is designed for faculty who have limited-to-no previous experience using Folio. In keeping with social distancing practices, we will be offering our boot camps virtually through campus-approved technology.
Should you need additional support, click below to submit a description of your request. One of our staff members will contact you shortly to set up a consultation through e-mail, phone, or live face-to-face support.
Below is a list of additional references for up-to-date information on the COVID-19, as well as a range of resources for designing and delivering effective online instruction.