The Library can assist you with locating supplementary or replacement materials for use in your courses.
Online course readings (eReserves), Ann Ludbrook (email@example.com)
Copyright questions about course material, Ann Ludbrook (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Accessibility Services, Kelly Dermody (email@example.com)
Library IT, Fangmin Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject-specific assistance, subject liaison librarians
This guide has been created by the Toronto Metropolitan University Library and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License unless otherwise marked.
You can link to legally posted on-line content from YouTube etc. For online videos from the Toronto Metropolitan University Library's collection please use the persistent links provided below.
Please also see our guide to copyright and shifting your course online.
Please be aware that the tools listed here are not necessarily accessible for all of your students. For more information please see Toronto Metropolitan University's Accessibility Resources. .
Many of our database vendors have increased access to their online resources. Please see Vendor News.
1. Search for eBooks by clicking on the Book tab from the Library's home page.
2. Search by keywords or the title if you know it.
3.To limit your search results to eBooks use the "Refine" features on the left side.Please click on "Full Text Online"
Access to over 2,000 feature film and documentary titles from a wide variety of major studios including Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., Alliance Films, Entertainment One, Mongrel Media etc.
Films on Demand offers an extensive online educational video streaming library with thousands of high quality educational videos viewable by faculty and students. Videos offer fully annotated segments that can be integrated into lectures and presentations.
Downloading or copying a YouTube video: You can only download or copy a YouTube video if you are the owner of the content. The best way to make YouTube material available to your students is through linking.
Please visit the following guide to locate case studies (case studies available via the Library and free case studies as well):
Courses / Quick Review Tutorials
You can provide the following tools to help your students refresh their prior knowledge or to quickly learn a new subject area.
*Please note that some tools require you to give information like your name, University affiliation and email address. Please read their terms and conditions before providing this information.