Millions of resources are free for students and faculty to use in Union College courses. The Library is available to help you find physical and digital materials for your classes.
Why affordable courses?
Students report that they have not purchased required course materials in the past because the materials were too expensive. Easy access to high-quality information resources can be an issue of information privilege, and the library can help counter that. We want to make all course materials available for all. Course materials don’t need to be free – but they don’t have to be unnecessarily expensive, either.
For help in finding library materials for your course, please contact Kim Mitchell, Collection Development Librarian (email@example.com).
Learn more about how to make your course materials more easily acquired while lowering costs through:
For more information about materials in the classroom, view our https://libguides.union.edu/copyright-for-faculty.
Thanks to Adam Mazel for his work on the OER guide for Schaffer Library. Some of the sections of this guide draw heavily on this work.
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