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HuskyCT: Integrating Library Resources — Overview

Embed the Library in your Blackboard Course

Integrating library resources into your HuskyCT course is a great way to ensure your students have access to high-quality information and learning tools without needing to leave your course site.

This guide provides instructions on how to add library content including

  • Our instructional modules that teach core information literacy concepts and research skills
  • Subject-specific research guides and class-specific guides created by Library Subject Specialists
  • Direct links to subscription-based content, such as journal articles, eBooks, and streaming videos
  • Links to book records to facilitate locating items, including books on course reserve
  • Search boxes for the Library's General Search for finding books, articles, and media; WorldCat, for finding items not owned by UConn; and Academic Search Premier, a great interdisciplinary database for beginning searches
  • Direct link to our chat reference service, staffed by UConn Librarians who can help students with their research including accessing and using research databases

Help With Your HuskyCT Course

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) provides assistance with HuskyCT features and tools. 

CETL Educational Technologies

(860) 486-5052 M-F 9a-4p
➤ One on one consultations available in Rowe 422

Help Using Resources in this Guide

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Reference & Student Success Services (R&SSS)
Homer Babbidge Library, Level 1

Workshop Materials

The Library periodically holds workshops on Integrating Library Resources into HuskyCT.  Please check our Workshops page for upcoming sessions, or contact us directly.

Handouts from Linking Library Resources into HuskyCT Workshop, 12 & 20 Jan 2021