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Library Alternatives for Adding Content to Moodle Courses

Page history last edited by Larry Duerr 6 years, 6 months ago

Images

ARTstor - available from the library web page, use your library barcode and PIN number for access.

Flickr - available on the Web

 

Also, check out sites like Compfight and others mentioned in this Chronicle of Higher Education article to find images that have a Creative Commons license.

 

 

Articles

Many library databases contain great articles you can link to from Moodle. When students click on the Moodle link they will need to enter their library barcode and PIN number for access.

 

Some database suggestions:

 

Nursing

CINAHL Plus with Full Text

PubMed Medline

ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source

 

Business

Business Source Premier
Business and Company Resource Center
Mergent Online

Education

ERIC
Education Research Complete

 

General Humanities

Academic Search Premier
Global Issues in Context

JSTOR

 

Music/Fine Arts

ARTstor
Classical Music Library
Contemporary World Music
Grove Music Online
Smithsonian Global Sound

 

Also check out these pages from other libraries:

 

Copyright Librarian

http://blog.lib.umn.edu/copyrightlibn/2012/05/free-and-legal-stuff-you-can-use.html

 

James Madison University's Free Media for Creative Use

http://www.lib.jmu.edu/research/freemedia.aspx

 

Penn State's Free Media Library

http://mediacommons.psu.edu/instruction-training/free-media-library/

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