If routine academic functions are disrupted due to campus closures, it may be necessary to teach and learn remotely. There is a range of support and tools to help you connect, so that work and learning can continue uninterrupted.
Learning tools for students
The UCSF Library offers a wealth of digital resources available 24/7 to the UCSF community. See help on getting full-text access remotely.
- Single search box for articles, books, and more
- Online journals
- Guide to ebooks and how to find them
- Databases for your research
- Image, video, and audio collections
- Archival digital collections and the Industry Documents Library
- Library recommended resources for selected subjects and research topics
Can’t find what you need? Use the interlibrary loan Request service to get electronic copies of journal articles and book chapters at no charge, or suggest an electronic title to be purchased by the Library.
Teaching tools for faculty
- Include preferred contact method in your syllabus
- Add contact information at the top of your CLE pages
- Reach out to your students proactively as your plans for teaching change
Media@UCSF is an online video hosting platform with screen and webcam recording features, integrated with the CLE. To use, log in to the CLE, and click on My Media from the navigation menu.
PowerPoint narrations can be saved as a video file and uploaded to the CLE.
The CLE assignment activity allows instructors to collect work from students, review it, and provide feedback including grades.
The CLE Quiz activity is a robust online assessment tool that can be used for self-evaluations, tests, exams, mid-terms, and finals.