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Resources for Distance Education Faculty

This guide provides information to support faculty teaching online courses at FSU.

Resources

FSU Libraries supports the instructional and research needs of our faculty whether you are teaching in person or online. Check back periodically for an updated list of workshops as many will be available online and archived for later viewing.

Library Workshops

FSU Libraries is pleased to offer a variety of workshops to all FSU students, faculty, and staff. Online workshops are offered to meet the needs of off-campus users.

Open Access Resources

The FSU Faculty Senate adopted an open access policy on February 17, 2016, ensuring that future scholarly articles authored by FSU faculty will be made available to the public at no charge. This policy demonstrates the commitment of our faculty to disseminating the fruits of their research and scholarship as widely as possible, and promises to increase authors’ rights, readership, and citation rates. The waiver provision ensures that all faculty have the freedom to publish in the journal of their choice.

Copyright Guide

Visit our Copyright Guide for Faculty and Staff for information, resources, and tutorials about using copyrighted materials for teaching, the TEACH act, course reserves and more.

Office of Distance Learning Workshops

Each semester, the Office of Distance Learning offers instructional workshops on a variety of topics. 

Information Technology Services (ITS)

The ITS employee page provides a snapshot of important and popular ITS services. View the Department page to browse additional ITS services for your department. For a complete list of services, please search the ITS Service Catalog.

Lynda.com

Lynda.com grants you access to free online training. Video tutorials are available for software, design and business topics. Want to learn how to use spreadsheets in Excel? Build a website in WordPress? Improve your public speaking skills? Unlimited access to more than 2,000 courses, including Microsoft Office, Adobe and Blackboard, provide detailed training on a wide range of personal and professional development topics for all skill levels. New courses are added weekly, and can be accessed 24/7 from your computer, tablet or mobile device.

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