Fullerton College Library

Remote Instruction Support

Librarians are available to support faculty doing remote instruction. We have several options that can be custom tailored for your assignment and class needs. Options include:

  • Synchronous Zoom Sessions – A librarian will hold a Zoom session during your regular class time, answer any questions and distribute the recording.
  • Canvas Workshops – We developed robust online workshops on evaluating sources, avoiding plagiarism, and using the library. Canvas assignment pages with videos and reflection questions can also be embedded into any course.
  • Course Guides – Librarians will work with you to create guides that work for your unique class needs.
  • Canvas-Integrated Games – Want something more light-hearted for your students? We create games that help students retain what they watch or read.
  • Combinations – Want to give your students more than one learning option? Let us know and we will accommodate your request as best as we can. 

Synchronous Zoom Sessions

Advantages for Instructors

  • Librarians are available to visit your class via Zoom.
  • Sessions are tailor-made for your class. Request support with the research process, electronic resources, citation and more.
  • We will work with you to make the session as engaging for your students as possible.
  • Recordings, transcripts, and worksheets will be made available upon request.
  • Contact Jill Kageyama for questions or help getting set up.
Jill Kageyama

Jill Kageyama

Instruction Librarian

Online Workshops

Advantages for Instructors

  • The library’s three online Canvas workshops are filled with robust content that can provide your students with the information literacy skills they need to complete their research assignments. Each of these workshops can be completed in around 1 hour. They are self-enrolled, and students receive a certificate of completion when they pass with a score of 80% or higher. Better yet, we score the workshops, so that’s one task off your to-do list.
  • We created Canvas assignment pages for each workshop that we can share with you. You can simply import the page into your Canvas course. Students receive certificates of completion they can upload to the assignment in your Canvas course.
  • If you would like us to share the pages with you, email Online Learning Librarian Lugene Rosen.
Lugene Rosen

Lugene Rosen

Online Learning Librarian

Course Guides

Advantages for Instructors

  • Chances are that a guide already exists for your class! We created and tested numerous library guides throughout the years. Browse all guides or check out some of our most popular resources.
  • Want something different? Librarians are available to work with you on a guide that fits your needs. (We can even give you access to edit and add your own resources).
  • Contact Jill Kageyama at jkageyama@fullcoll.edu for more information or request a course guide online.

Canvas-Integrated Games

Advantages for Instructors

  • Want something more light-hearted for your students? We create games that help students retain what they watch or read. 
  • Games are custom tailored to your assignment.
  • Easy to access through Canvas.
  • Contact Jill Kageyama for more information.

Demo

Play FC Library: A Virtual Treasure Hunt

Jill Kageyama

Jill Kageyama

Instruction Librarian