Classroom Tools and Support
Note: Some campus libraries may have more services available.
Ensure a successful session by:
If you are teaching an online class, you may also request a librarian join your class as a Teaching Assistant. Participating librarians can monitor discussion areas for questions and post advice, be available as a contact person for students, create an online class library guide, and more. For more information, contact your campus library.
When a library instruction session is scheduled, HACC Librarians often create online class guides that are customized for your class and their specific research.
We recommend that a librarian visit your class. However, you may request an online guide without a library session. Please contact your campus library for more information.
Take a look, and see the many ways HACC Librarians can assist you with incorporating research (information literacy) assignments into your class instruction.
HACC Libraries - Copyright Information - This guide provides resources for students, staff, and faculty on copyright law and guidelines to follow for educational classroom use.
Copyright & Permissions gives more information about getting permissions and how to find resources for use outside of the classroom.
HACC Reserves and Electronic Reserves
A reserve is a collection of books, videos, DVDs or articles that you select for your students to use during a given term. They may be requested from any HACC library or be from your own collection. These items will be held at the library you specify behind the circulation desk, under your name and class ID, and kept on hand for you and your students to use for up to one semester. Materials will be returned to the owner at the end of each semester.
Why create a reserve at your campus library?
What materials can be put on reserve at the library?
Available for your students to reserve a specific time for one-on-one research help with a librarian. Perfect for students who are new to online research, or for those who have a particularly challenging research situation. Faculty are welcome to schedule an appointment too!