So, you've turned on Library LTI. Now what?
When we say Library LTI, we're referring to a way that library content, (ebooks, articles, videos, and librarian research assistance) matched to school, program, or subject by course code can be brought into a ulearn course page.
When enabled, students simply click a link and are taken to a page featuring library resources customized for their course.
What's the next step? Explore resources and services to learn more! Your guide is ALREADY available to you in your ulearn course site, customized by JWU librarians.
What library support is available for my students?
Librarians are available to support students in a variety of ways, from individualized research appointments, both online and face-to-face to the library's module on how to use the library and copyright. The library also provides assistance with Open Educational Resources (OER)
All of the resources and services above have already been added to your custom guide. Look for them under the Essentials and How to Use the Library tabs.
Does the library have course-specific resources I can use?
Explore the many ways the library saves you time and supports course objectives, including course specific streaming videos, ebooks, databases, articles and journals.
All of the resources and services above have already been added to your custom guide. Look for them under the Essentials tab.
How to Search for Articles and Refine Your Results
1. Begin your search on the library home page. Click on the "articles" tab (it will turn blue). Then click the red "search" box.
2. Type your keywords into the search boxes and click the green "search" box.
3 Scroll down and "refine your results." Here you can choose to refine the results so that you will only see scholarly articles and "full text" (instantly available).
4. You can now choose an article and click on the title.