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Adler University

Faculty Teaching Online: Start Here

Teaching Online

As an instructor in an online class at Adler University, you are expected to provide students with additional relevant and timely resources in the weekly discussion board and announcement sections of your Canvas classroom.  

Adler University's Library is an excellent source for these resources.

  • Articles, e-book chapters, and videos are all available online and can be easily linked to in your course. 
  • Our collection includes 64 article databases providing access to over 120,000 electronic journals, 490,000 e-books, and more than 3,800 streaming videos.
  • Adler's distance education librarian is your personal contact for help with  library resources and research at Adler University. 

Accessing Adler University Library Resources

The Adler University Library web site is .  There, you will find links to the catalog (for e-books and streaming videos), article databases, and ILLiad.

To search article or video databases, or read e-books, you will need to log in using the same username and password you use for all other Adler systems.

For instruction for your students in using databases and catalogs, or for research assistance:

  • Contact Dorinne Banks, Adler's Online Campus Librarian  
  • Use the resources in this guide's Quick Links box below and on the following pages

If you would like to use a book chapter or article that isn't available in Adler's library, you can request it from ILLiad.

Instructions on setting up your ILLiad account and requesting materials is available here.


Online Campus Librarian

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Dorinne Banks
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