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Remote Instruction Support for NYUClasses: Adding Library Resources

A faculty how-to guide for adding library resources to NYUClasses.

Options for Adding Resources to NYU Classes

Do It Yourself

Use the instructions on this page to create your own library resource links to insert into NYU Classes.

Do it through Course Reserves

Course Reserves can scan a book chapter or article for your course. We can also link to library e-resource materials. Course Reserves is integrated into NYU Classes.

Make a Course Reserves request. (This Guide for Instructors will assist you with this process). 

Adding Audio and Video

NYU Libraries subscribes to several online audio and video collections. You can add audio or video selections to your NYUClasses by following these basic instructions:

  1. Go to an online audio or video collection
  2. Search for your audio/video selection within the chosen database.
  3. Copy the permalink for the selection and preprend the NYU Proxy, so students can access it off campus: http://proxy.library.nyu.edu/login?url=
  4. Paste the compound link into NYUClasses.
  5. For example, this link is for a resource in the Alexander Street Press database: http://proxy.library.nyu.edu/login?url=https://search.alexanderstreet.com/view/work/bibliographic_entity|recorded_cd|1044758