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Library Resources for Remote Instruction

Queen's Library offers support for the transition to remote instruction including suggestions for open educational resources, streamed video, e-book orders, copyright, and accessibility guidelines.

Moving to Remote Instruction

With the move to remote instruction, you may be looking for more online resources. This site brings together ideas and considerations for online learning materials and addresses some common questions:

  • What supports can help my students find the materials they need?
  • Can I order e-books that everyone in my course can access?
  • What online streamed video collections does the library offer? 
  • What are some of the key open access resource collections?
  • How can I make my materials accessible?
  • What forms might independent student projects take?
  • What are the copyright restrictions for using materials online?

Key Resource

Your Subject Librarians can help. Please email them directly to request materials, provide support within your course, and locate teaching and learning materials as you need them.

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