Library Support for Blackboard (Courseware Management System)

General information is available at the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.  Faculty and instructors  can link to licensed library resources and other library guides that are available to support the campus curriculum.

If you use Blackboard for your courses, log in and check under “Libraries” on the top menu which offers a starting point for students to explore library resources both campus and system wide.

We encourage you to contact Reference at 207.581.1673, or contact your library subject specialist to explore customizing library resources for your specific course offerings.

Getting Started

Library Catalog (URSUS). Search the online catalog for the most comprehensive gateway to library print and electronic resources

Course guides (developed by librarians partnering with faculty on specific course offerings each semester)

Subject guides (selected print and internet resources organized by topic)

Indexes and Databases. Investigate our A-Z list of resources for article level access. Citations, abstracts and some full text resources are available.

Course Reserves.  Place books and articles for your class on reserve with links from your course web site.

Ask a Librarian. Chat and email communication with a Librarian.

Introduction to Library Research. Get started with library tool basics.

Linking to Articles. Link to articles in Databases and EJournals using our Proxy server and persistent URLs.