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Faculty Resources

eLearning Services

The Berntsen Library supports e-learning through the library's liaison program which serves both traditional academic departments as well as the adult, online, and graduate programs and maintains partnerships with the Online Learning Office and Academic Technology. Faculty and staff may contact their liaison (see Library Liaisons) for help with any of the following e-learning services:

  • Content discovery of library-licensed resources
    • While library-licensed resources are not open content, the library subscribes to articles, books, as well as streaming video, and audio that may be linked to course sites and that include copyright permission.
  • Content acquisition and access, e.g., multi-user license eBook.
  • Library course guides, used for a research launching pad or for classroom materials support, e.g.,
  • Discovery of and access to already-available Open Educational Resources.
  • General guidance on copyright and fair use questions - contact Jessica Moore at

eLearning Resources

Specific examples from UP or Traditional courses include the following:


Interdisciplinary e-resources provide a wealth of quality information that may be used for classroom materials support

  • Databases—contain millions of full text articles and electronic reference books from over 77,000 electronic journals supporting every discipline taught at UNW