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Humber Libraries: Guide for New Faculty

Course Resources

Create Course Resource pages for your students in Blackboard, organized to your specifications! Course Resources are pages designed for Blackboard that include Humber Libraries' article and eBook links organized by week or topic. Note: course resource pages can include Streaming Videos, too. 

 

A member of the library's Copyright team can assist by creating a Course Resources page with direct links to library readings and materials. Faculty are provided with a file that can be easily uploaded to Blackboard.

 

Why create a Course Resources Page?

  • Free for students
  • Easy access to required readings in Blackboard
  • Customized for your course
  • Copyright permissions not needed - avoid copyright licensing issues

To develop a Course Resources page for your course:

  1. Add your selected readings to a document (APA preferred)
  2. Organize the readings by week or topic
  3. Email the document to copyright@humber.ca
  4. Tell us the course code, course name, and semester
 

Copyright

If you have any questions about how to legally and ethically use content in your classes, email the Copyright team copyright@humber.ca