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Are You My Reading List?

by Your Campus Library

When you don’t know what you’re looking for, searching for reading materials for courses can be frustrating. The Reading Lists tool makes it easy for you to find your perfect content match.

Curious George and the 3D Printer

by UITS Digital Education Programs and Initiatives

George was a good little monkey, and always very curious—he certainly wouldn’t be able to resist the 3D printer.  If you’re also feeling curious, find out more about 3D print services at IU.

eTexts and Ham

by IU eTexts

Can you use eTexts in a boat? Can you use them with a goat? Learn more about working with eTexts—affordable, accessible content that can, indeed, be used anywhere!

Me and the Impact of Things

by IU Libraries

Don't downplay your contributions—learn how to track your teaching and research impact, demonstrating and sharing the value of your scholarly work.

Nancy Drew and the Mystery of Virtual Reality

by UITS Digital Education Programs and Initiatives

How can you use VR at IU? Where do you go to get started? And what’s the deal with those goggles? Put your sleuthing skills to work to solve the mysteries of virtual reality.

Oh, the Places You’ll Go with Canvas Commons

by Instructure, the makers of Canvas

You’ll join the high fliers who soar to great heights when you store, retrieve, and share your course materials in Canvas Commons. Success is imminent—98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed.

Pressbooks Here

by Unizin

Using Pressbooks to create and publish content allows you to enhance texts with video, links, and activities, enabling interactivity in a way that you never could with a print textbook.

The Book of Gold Library Resources

by IU Libraries

Searching for teaching resources that turn to solid gold when opened? Your campus library can help you discover a wealth of options to enhance your teaching.

The Magic School Bus Explores Digital Courseware

by IU eTexts

Make like Miss Frizzle and wow your students with digital courseware like games, simulations, and video feedback tools. According to our research, they’re going to love it!

The Pigeon Wants an OER!

by Your Campus Library

Open Educational Resources (OERs) are teaching and learning materials including courses, media, or textbooks that can be used and revised freely, and are completely free to students. It’s no wonder the pigeon (and everyone else) wants one!

The Sound of Color with Accessible eTexts

by Digital Education Programs and Initiatives

Can you hear your book in the dark? Can you read it on devices of all shapes and sizes? Learn simple steps to make sure your book can be read independently by people with disabilities.