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Teach Anywhere Using Digital Course Materials

A library guide to creating and providing accessible digital course materials for online teaching and learning.

As Tulane University shifts gears from campus classrooms to online teaching and learning, it is essential that instructors identify, create, and/or link to digital course materials in an accessible format. At the same time, we value continued employment for student workers impacted by the temporary campus closure due to COVID-19. The Student Employee Continuity Pilot Project is designed to help faculty create and curate course materials to ensure a quality online educational experience for all. 

Upon request, a team of student workers, library staff, and other university staff are available to: 

  • review content for accessibility
  • create accessible PDFs
  • identify permalinks to library-provided digital content such as articles, book chapters, and eBooks
  • generate complete citations
  • consider other online classroom support, such as Canvas and Zoom
  • other support, such as LaTeX
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