Moving Courses Online

Need to move your course online quickly? We can help with copyright concerns, technology lending, short-term vendor access, and ensuring your students have the course materials they need.

How the Libraries can help

We're offering long-term technology lending to faculty and students at this time, including laptops, webcams, and audio headsets. Learn more about long-term technology lending

We offer advice about copyright and intellectual property. If it was okay to do in class, it is often okay to do online, especially when your online access is limited to the same enrolled students. Learn more about copyright and online courses

Several vendors are offering short-term online access to instructional resources at this time. We've compiled a comprehensive guide. Learn more about short term access to instructional resources

We offer Course Guides for every course on campus, with reserves, textbooks, and librarian-recommended research tools specifically for your area of study. Our subject specialist librarians can also tailor the Course Guide specifically to your course - just get in touch with the librarian listed for your class. View Course Guides

We have recorded most of our introductory information literacy sessions for asynchronous online learning. Librarians with specific knowledge of ENG 101 and COM 110 assignments are also available for virtual appointments with students. Learn more about online library instruction for Writing and Speaking classes

We can scan textbooks chapters by request and send PDFs to you and your students. Learn more about textbooks and book delivery

How DELTA can help

Getting Online Quickly workshops

Tips from Faculty for Quickly Preparing to Teach Online

Other Resources

Keep Teaching: Provost's Office

Working from Home: Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA)

Working Remotely  at NC State: Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)