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University of Minnesota

Kathryn A. Martin Library

Online Learning Resources for Faculty

Library Course Pages in Canvas

About Library Course Pages

Library Course Pages are the integration of two learning tools in Canvas. Students will now have quick access to research help, e-books, scholarly articles, databases, and faculty curated electronic and physical reserves. Instructors will have the convenience of library expertise, research guides, and reserves in Canvas.

Library Course Page links will appear in the left hand navigation of all Canvas course. Research Guides will be automatically loaded into all Canvas Courses. Each course instance will be linked to a general guide for the discipline, field, or major.

Instructors can request a course specific Research Guide by setting up a consultation with their subject librarian. 

About Library Research Guides

Librarians are able to create study and instructional aids called Research Guides.  These resources provide access to librarian contacts and appointments, databases and e-journals, listing of books, and common finding aids.

Example of the Library Research Guide (Chemistry Guide - http://libguides.d.umn.edu/chemistry)

Users can view a listing of all published Research Guides, or view a listing of Research Guides by subject.

There are two types of Research Guides

  • Course Guides, created to emphasize a specific class with a research component in it.
  • Subject Guides: Focused on information about a Discipline or Major

Instructors interested in adding a course specific Research Guide can contact their subject librarian to set up a consultation. Your Librarian will be able to determine if an existing Subject Guide will be sufficient or if a new guide should be created.