The library has access to many resources via Ebooks on EBSCOhost. Some Ebooks on EBSCOhost may be read by only one person at a time while others have unlimited use.
There are several options for linking to resources depending on how you wish to incorporate a resource into your class. Options include Link to the Entire Book and Link to a Specific Chapter or Section.
There are times when you want to link to an entire book either to alert students this a resource to utilize in research or that you want them to read in entirety. The best way to link to a book is through LCU DISCOVERY.
There are times when you wish to link to a specific chapter or section for students to read. After locating the book in either LCU DISCOVERY or EBSCO eBooks,
For a dictionary like this one, find the chapter or section you need.
PsycBooks provides access to each chapter as an individual PDF. This allows multiple students to use the item simultaneously and allows faculty members to easily create a link to a specific resource.
Click Permalink and then copy the displayed Permalink.
ATLA Historical Monographs contains scans of primary sources. The full text is available as a TFF and can be viewed by multiple people simultaneously. A Permanent Link may be created to the entire document or to a certain page or section of the document.
The Library recommends finding and linking to the resource through LCU DISCOVERY as shown below.
Many of the ATLA Historical Monographs are quite large. You may wish for students to read only a section of a document.
The Permalink will display that can be copied and pasted into Canvas or sent via email.
The library has access to many TREN documents which provide full-text access to theses and DMin projects. Linking to these items within LCU DISCOVERY is recommended.
Students will need to log-in using their username and password to access TREN documents. These documents may be downloaded and read off-line.