Enhance your courses with library resources
We are here to support your teaching needs, from library instruction and class visits that introduce your students to the library, to custom online course guides, copyright use and access to videos and music for your courses. We can also put course materials on reserve to give your students free access through the library. Get in touch with us!
Custom Course Guides
Our librarians can help curate a selection of library resources tailored to your course needs.
Place books, media, articles and more on reserve at the library for your students to borrow for free.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
Get help finding, evaluating and using open educational resources — free teaching materials that are licensed for revision and reuse.
Request Library Instruction
Request instruction that introduces library resources, services and research strategies to your students.
Class Visits to Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections welcomes opportunities to collaborate with instructors from UC Davis and beyond to provide hands-on learning experiences and skill development in using primary sources.
Copyright and Teaching
Learn copyright essentials, including which materials can be freely used in instruction, restrictions and what’s covered under Fair Use.
Videos and Music
Find library-licensed music, documentaries, feature films, theater performances and more on CD, DVD and streaming online. Physical collections include sheet music and scores.