For books the University Libraries do not own in digital format, contact your subject librarian and provide information about the book along with course title and course number. In some cases, we may be able to acquire an unlimited access ebook for you.
For additional information about reserves, consult Reserves for Faculty.
Subject librarians could provide information literacy sessions remotely via ZOOM (recommended by the University) or other online platforms. In-person course instruction is currently unavailable. They may help with providing course-specific research guides or consultation for upper division or graduate classes. They can also help faculty locate materials that they can use in their teaching.
The Information Literacy Department has a wide range of tutorials and other instructional materials available online at https://library.albany.edu/infolit.
You can specifically find resources for faculty here: https://library.albany.edu/infolit/playlists/faculty
For those teaching WCI courses or AENG110z, a guide is available at https://libguides.library.albany.edu/WCI_InfoLit that provides suggested instructional materials.
For those teaching UUNI100 courses, a student guide for Core Assignment #3 can be found at https://libguides.library.albany.edu/fye_infographic
Every UAlbany Blackboard page course provides direct access to a library guide. You can find it under the STUDENT RESOURCES section of the navigation bar. Click on "Research Guides" and you will find it. See example in the image below. By default, you will be taken to a main subject gateway page where this course is offered (history, sociology, chemistry, etc.). You can always change this and include a link to a guide specially created for this course. If you are interested in this option, contact your subject librarian.