In Learning Resources, we have several faculty and staff to assist you with the selection and use of materials that take your students' learning beyond the text book. Instructional resources include the hardware, software and tools available to you in your physical or virtual course spaces, publications, videos, books, and instructional technologies.
Need assistance creating course materials accessible to all learning styles? The New Media Librarian, Instructor Paul Proces, Paul.Proces@bucks.edu, x8711 can help you use tools and techniques to create accessible instructional materials.
The IDea guide linked to below contains recorded professional development events, assignment design guidance and other helpful tips for teaching in face-to-face or virtual formats. Contact Instructional Designer, Instructor, Regina Hierholzer, email@example.com, x8592
The HelpDesk provides staff at all three campuses to assist faculty and students in their use of technology. The HelpDesk also provides training for campus specific systems like the MyBucks portal. Training and assistance on Microsoft applications is also available. For quick-go-to help 24/7 visit the guide listed here.
Questioning the appropriate use of materials like photographs, videos, or photocopied articles in your class? The Copyright Liaison and Fair Use Liaison for the College are here to help provide you make an informed decision on using Copyright protected materials. Additional information is provided in the guide listed below.
Canvas offers 24/7 support to faculty and students. Log-in to Canvas, click the Help icon in the left-side menu.
Online Learning support staff contact information:
Arts, your liaison is Professor Jean Konkel, firstname.lastname@example.org, x8128
STEM, your liaison is Instructor, Jacki Rock, email@example.com x8260
Other departments, the Learning Technologies Librarian may assist you in the review and selection of software, technology teaching tools, and computer hardware for your classroom. Contact Associate Professor, Jacqueline Burger, Jacqueline.Burger@bucks.edu, x8056
With new technology and digital media tools gaining popularity every day, how do you navigate these resources and select a tool capable of helping your students achieve goals and outcomes? The guide below and Associate Professor, Jackie Burger, Jacqueline.Burger@bucks.edu, x8056 can help!
The Media Lab at the Newtown Campus Library provides students, faculty, and staff with access to multimedia hardware, software and other resources.
Faculty, if you are interested in creating or implementing an assignment requiring the use of multimedia resources, contact Associate Professor, Emerging Media Librarian, Matt Seibert at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-968-8304. Visit http://www.bucks.edu/academics/learn/medialab/ for more informaiton.
Each academic area is paired with at least one liaison from Learning Resources. Liaisons will help you in the selection of non-textbook resources to support your curriculum. Liaisons also share with Academic Deans and Faculty the newest text, audio, and video materials for your subject area.