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Off-Campus Access to Library Resources

Databases with Instructional Videos

Databases as a Teaching Strategy

Many of our databases have built in pathways to teaching with their resources.  These can be called anything from essays, topic guides, lesson plans and timelines to thematic areas, units, case studies, curriculum guides & curated collections. They are meant to illuminate the breadth of resources presented to you. 

ARTstor Example:

> Select ARTstor on the databases A-Z list.
> In the bottom left corner you will find a section devoted to Teaching Resources
> Select Curriculum Guides
> Select Architecture & Built Environment from the list on the left
> Navigate down the list to: Architecture & Urbanism Section 18. The Gothic Cathedral

If you would like assistance with using the library's databases in your teaching, please make an appointment with one of the librarians here.