OneSearch is the Library’s discovery platform which allows users to simultaneously search the library catalogue and most of the databases using one interface. There is now a tool available in Blackboard for faculty to utilize OneSearch to create a reading list for students.
Click on the link below to download instructions on how to create a reading list for your students.
If you would like to highlight a specific journal or set of journals in your Blackboard course, you can use a product we have called BrowZine. Here's an example:
The library has developed several modules to help you ensure your students know how to access all the resources they need for their research assignments. These resources have been developed to help you direct your students to the library easily by integrating them right into your Blackboard site. We have developed four Blackboard modules that will help students with their research needs.
This module links your students directly to important library research tools such as databases for academic articles, citation resources, and how to get research help from a Douglas College librarian.
This module allows students to search for books, articles, DVDs, and other resources in one simple step right from your Blackboard page.
This module provides easy access for students to know how to get research and citation help from a librarian. This is a great way to help students know resources that are available to them even when they aren’t on campus.
This module allows your students to get quick answers to some of their research needs when the library is closed.