Engaging online students can be challenging. But these challenges also create opportunities to teach with new approaches. The library has compiled a selected bibliography of online teaching and pedagogy e-books. If you have a favorite title you would like to see on this list, please let us know.
When using OneSearch, your default search results will display in the Brief View. This view shows the title and citation information for each result. If you want to quickly see the summary of a book or article from your search results page, change the result format to Standard by using the Page Options menu, found at the top of your Search Results.
The UI&U Library is a member of the SouthWest Ohio and Neighboring Libraries (SWON) Consortium, a group of libraries in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. Many member libraries participate in the SWON Direct Lend Program. This program allows current UI&U students, faculty, and staff to check-out library materials from participating institutions.
Open-access textbooks, journals, images, videos, and other resources has been one of the most exciting developments in academic scholarship during the last two decades. In response to the rising costs of academic publishing and higher education, many concerned scholars have decided to publish their work with open copyright licenses. These open access resources are free to everyone without hindrance of subscription fees, licensing terms, logins, contracts, and other barriers. They provide universal access to research and knowledge.
Did you know that the UI&U Library’s OneSearch provides formatted APA and MLA citations that you can copy and paste into your bibliography? Watch the video below to learn more about this amazing tool.