Connecting Students to Library Resources with Library Course Pages

Library Course Pages (LCPs) are dynamically created web sites available for each course on the Twin Cities campus. Content is selected and organized by librarians in consultation with faculty that provide students with easy linkages to popular resources useful for their course discipline.

Here is an example of a Library Course Page that I maintain for Kristin Anderson's PubH 6387 Cancer Epidemiology class:

http://biomed.lib.umn.edu/guides/pubh-6387-cancer-epidemiology

LCPs are meant to work as a hub for library resources and can be linked to a Moodle site or class blog. Beginning this fall, all U of M-TC students will see a LCP in their myCourses tab in the myU portal. If you would like a customized LCP for your fall course, or if you have other questions about this, please contact Lisa McGuire, liaison librarian for SPH at: lmcguire@umn.edu

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