Hello LaGuardia faculty,
While the Library is working to support your students, don’t forget that we’re here for you as well. The Library’s Scholarly Publishing Teahouse will continue to offer its Scholarly Tea Break chats this year (see SCHEDULE):
And, as always, faculty and staff can email us or make an appointment to talk if you have particular questions related to scholarly publishing. You might want to know what a Creative Commons license is, whether a journal you’ve found is one of those “predatory journals,” or how to find a journal to publish in to begin with. If we don't know the answer, we'll help you find someone who does. Or you can join our Slack channel at scholpubteahouse.slack.com for group discussion of scholarly publishing questions and issues (email us to request an invitation to join). Browse our past posts and discussion to see if there’s some helpful information there for you. You can also direct message a librarian in Slack with your questions.
To find dates, times, and Zoom links for our Scholarly Publishing Tea Breaks, check the Scholarly Publishing Teahouse schedule below. We also link to the schedule and have office hours information on the Faculty section of the Library’s Help from Home guide.
We look forward to helping you move forward with your scholarly publication efforts.
Stay healthy and happy publishing,
The LaGuardia Scholarly Publishing Teahouse Librarians
Supporting Your Online Courses
Our instruction program is transitioning to delivering library classes fully online, where we’ll teach our usual one hour in all ENG101/103 and FYS classes. These classes will be taught by librarians, who will answer questions through Blackboard, email, chat, web conferencing software, and/or instructional videos. If you teach one of these classes, a librarian will reach out to you to discuss options. If you want to request library instruction for another class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Linking to LaGuardia Library Database Materials - If you find items in the Library's subscription databases, you can add links into Blackboard that students can use with their library logins.
How to find subscription materials:
Streaming Films from Kanopy - an online service with over 30,000 documentaries, classic and indie films
POD Online open virtual (simulation) labs (biology and other sciences) - This is a collection of great resources for open/free virtual simulations. They welcome addition of new resources if you find others. Click on the link below.
COVID-19 Open Education Community Contributed Resources - a spreadsheet with link to available resources to support educators and students. Each page provides resources for a different category: Government, Online Teaching, Student Support, OER (Open Educational Resources) Toolkits, OER Repositories, and K-12 Resources.