DATE

Thursday, May 17, 2018

TIME

12:00-1:15PM

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

Sponsored by:

Center for Teaching Excellence
Center for Instructional Support
Hamilton Library

Adding Digital Books to Laulima Courses:
A Workshop for Faculty

Presented by:
Brian Richardson,
Hamilton Library Business, Humanities
and Social Sciences Reference


The UH Mānoa Library offers thousands of digital books that can be used as online resources for classes, whether as core readings or supplemental materials.

This presentation is organized into two parts in which participants will learn ways of:

Part I: Locating online books and some of their features using and exploring:
• OneSearch
• Voyager
• Two key eBook publishers:
  1. EBSCO
  2. ProQuest
• Three Types of Licenses:
  1. Single
  2. Three
  3. Unlimited

Part II: Integrating online resources into Laulima courses:
• Which URL to use? Linking to a:
  1. Record
  2. Book
  3. Page in a book
• How to embed Links in Laulima tools such as:
  1. Resources
  2. Web Content
  3. Lessons


Participants should have instructor access to a Laulima course.

BYOD: Bring your own device or share with a colleague. Limited laptops will be available for sharing. You will be able to request one on the registration form.


Please register as space is limited.

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