Answered By: Aaron Dobbs Last Updated: 2014.Aug.14 Views: 37
Answered By: Aaron Dobbs
Last Updated: 2014.Aug.14 Views: 37
Thanks for asking, your options for linking students to online content are:
- You can link directly from teh course management system (D2L) to online content in library databases by using the "permalink" feature in many library databases
- You can manage all your links to library database content by using the library onlince course reserves system "Ares"
- You can upload the article or chapter available via the course management system (D2L) - however, if this material is available via a library database, best practice is to link to the content in the database (see #1 above)
- You can always provide links to material that already exists on the Web, such as books available via www.gutenberg.org or link to any other website desired