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Faculty Guide to Truxal Library

Support for distance learning

The Library seeks to fulfill its mission by supporting students who are taking classes at a distance (online, Arundel Mills, GBTC, HCAT, or any other non-Arnold site). If you are teaching online consider inviting a librarian to be involved in your course so that students can get assistance without "leaving" the course. There are a number of other ways that you can help your students take advantage of the library and its resources.

Make the library part of your online course

  • Link to relevant library's webpages (see suggestions of student resources below)
  • Link to articles in the library's databases for students to read
  • Ask a librarian to help you find electronic resources for your classes
  • Provide the Distance Learning Librarian's e-mail address (DLLibrarian@aacc.edu) so students can request assistance from a librarian
  • Arrange for a librarian to be enrolled in your online or hybrid course so students can ask for assistance within the course through email and/or discussions
  • Contact Sophie Reverdy, Distance Learning Librarian, for more information: 410-777-2216 or DLLibrarian@aacc.edu

Invite a librarian to come to your site for library instruction

Access library databases (e-books, articles, streaming video or audio, and more)

  • Discover content from scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, books, encyclopedias, and other sources
  • Virtually all electronic resources may be accessed remotely – use an AACC ID card or Truxal library card to log in

Search the library catalog

  • Search the catalog from off-campus
  • Find books, audio-visual materials, journals and magazines
  • Access electronic books, reference books, and streaming audio and video online

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