Library facilities are open to those with UCSF ID, though selected spaces remain closed with services available remotely. See timeline for reopening.

Instructional Design Services at the UCSF Library

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The UCSF Library and Learning Tech Group have ramped-up our instructional design services to support faculty in academic programs who have transitioned to the remote classroom. We offer one-on-one consultations with talented instructional designers with diverse backgrounds and skillsets. Those consultations and can be booked online using our newly updated Instructional Design services web page. What is instructional design? Instructional design is the practice of creating teaching and learning experiences that make knowledge and skill acquisition more … Read more

Coming Soon: CLE Upgrade to Moodle 3.9

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On Tuesday, Dec. 29, the Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE) will be upgraded to Moodle 3.9 and be unavailable on that date from 5 a.m. to noon. Here is a preview of the new and upgraded features: H5P full integration Moodle 3.9 will bring full H5P (HTML5 Package) integration to the CLE. Course builders will be able to create a wide variety of interactive content, including quizzes, presentations, games, interactive media, etc. Gradebook integration and activity … Read more

Anti-Racism Resources at UCSF Library

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To support ongoing UCSF anti-racism initiatives, Library staff have put together a guide highlighting our collection of ebooks, journals, and articles on anti-racism, white privilege, and racism in medicine and health. This guide is by no means an exhaustive list of anti-racism resources, nor does it capture all of the many facets of the larger conversations about these issues. We hope this will inspire you to read, learn, and act. We welcome and greatly appreciate … Read more