CTE

A student watching an instructional video for an online science course.

Teaching with Video Resources

The Center for Teaching Excellence presents: Teaching with Video Resources

This workshop will introduce some of the primary streaming video resources available through Hamilton Library: Films on Demand, Kanopy, Swank, and Ethnographic Video Online.

Topics will include:

  • Overview of the databases – including creating clips and collections
  • Search strategies
  • Sharing and embedding videos, including possible scenarios in Laulima

Presented by:

Brian Richardson, Business, Humanities, and Social Sciences Reference, Hamilton Library

These workshops are co-sponsored by the Hamilton Library.

To register online please visit: http://www.cte.hawaii.edu/events.html

A laptop holding books up in a library

Adding Digital Books to Laulima Courses

The Center for Teaching Excellence presents: Adding Digital Books to Laulima Courses

This workshop is organized into two parts in which faculty will learn ways of:

Part I: Locating online books using and exploring

  • OneSearch
  • Key eBook publishers (EBSCO and ProQuest)
  • Different types of Licenses (Single, Three, and Unlimited)

Part II: Integrating online resources into Laulima courses

  • Which URL to use? Linking to the record, to the book, or to a page in the book?
  • Locating tools where links can be included for resources, web content, and lessons.

Presented by:

Brian Richardson, Business, Humanities, and Social Sciences Reference, Hamilton Library

These workshops are co-sponsored by the Hamilton Library.

To register online please visit: http://www.cte.hawaii.edu/events.html