How to use this guide
Want to share an article with your students? Need to upload your work into USF's Scholarship Repository? Trying to get current about what business information Gleeson Library provides? Use this guide to do these things and more:
Find articles to use for your classes
Get business data and reports for teaching and research
Learn about library services and features that you can recommend to your students
Schedule library support for you and your classes
There is lots here, if there is something you can't find reach out to your librarian, Penny Scott
Canvas Modules for Library Support
I have developed a number of library research modules in Canvas, and they are ready to be imported into your courses! It is a short but growing list, and I welcome your input about the modules you'd like to see next!
If you see a module you'd like to import, I've listed the steps below:
Steps for Importing a Library Research Module into Your Canvas Course
Start by logging in to Canvas and going to your Dashboard
Along the left side of the screen will be a green bar menu, select the Commons button:
Now you are in the Canvas Commons, which contains thousands of modules produced by people all over the world.
Search: penny scott
Your results will show all of the modules I’ve currently produced. Don't see one you need? Let me know and I'll make one for you!
Select the one you want, then click “Import/Download” and select the course that you want the module to go to
Go into your course, and check that the library module is now there in your Module list.
Using Harvard Business Review Articles and Cases
Harvard Business Press has very restrictive rules for using their materials, essentially, it is not permitted for anyone to print, link to, or otherwise share any of their articles or cases for any educational purposes, either in class, on Canvas, via library reserves, or any other method. If you do want to use Harvard Business Review
Please contact Penny Scott: email@example.com for questions about Harvard Business Press materials.