Here are some instructions for integrating Library resources inside D2L. Because many of the resources are different, they will be listed by Vendor or Platform.
Films on Demand offers thousands of educational videos for you and your students. These videos can be embedded into D2L
It is easier to embed videos in D2L if you have two windows or tabs open.
In a first window/tab:
In the second window/tab:
You can link to eBooks from Library databases in D2L. You can link to the entire book, a chapter of a book, or specific pages.
EBSCO eBooks - access over 240,000 eBooks on almost every topic.
1) In order to provide a link to a particular book, click on the Permalink Tool on the right. A box will appear with a link in it. Copy this link and paste it wherever you'd like your students to have access to it. This link should work from both on and off campus.
O'Reilly for Higher Education - includes more than 38,000 book titles and more than 30,000 hours of video.
1) Locate the book or video you want to link to in the database.
2) Copy the link from the url bar at the top. Copy this link and paste it wherever you'd like your students to have access to it. This link should work from both on and off campus.
You can link directly to articles that are in the Library databases. Many databases share the same platform. We will list by platform and list the databases available.
Gale (Academic OneFile, Health & Medicine, Health & Wellness, LitFinder, Opposing Viewpoints, etc)
1) When looking at an article, look at the top menu bar and click "Get Link".
2) When the "Get Link" is clicked the link will pop up. Press the "Select" button and use CTRL + C to copy the link. This link can be pasted into D2L, email, or any document.
1) Copy the URL located in the URL bar at the top of the screen.
2) Paste it into D2L or any document.