The Hamline University Library and Archives offer a variety of services that support teaching and learning with online apps, platforms, and collections.
In addition to helping you to utilize the following online resources and to find additional resources, librarians can help students understand the intersections of information creation, intellectual property rights and licensing, authority, access, and discoverability --in a digital environment.
Contact Hamline Liaison Librarian in your subject area for more information.
Preserving, publishing, and promoting Hamline’s student and faculty scholarship.
Tapestries: Interwoven voices of local and global identities
--example of a student produced journal at Macalester
Student projects - examples
--Macalester student using Pressbooks
Online publishing tools
Learn more: Minnesota Libraries Publishing Project
Other Online Tools
Finding and Citing Media Guide (Creative Commons Licensed)
Managing, collecting, and collating course materials and open educational resources (OER).
Student created course materials
The Social Construction of Media: Social Media, Culture, and Everyday Life
--student created "textbook" using Scalar
A Student-Created, Open Access, Living Textbook
--a case study
A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students
--2018 Open Education Award for Excellence
Library Curriculum Collections and Guides
Keeping Up with...Digital Pedagogy - remove barriers to learning
--Assoc. of College & Research Libraries overview
Digital Pedagogy Institute 2018
-- St. Catharines, Ontario
Materials and collections that tell the unique story of life and times at Hamline.
Years: 1888 to early 1900s; Fall 1988 to Spring 2015
Fall 2015 to current on The Oracle webpage
Digitized as text searchable PDFs
Other years available at the HU Library and Archives
In the works: early 1900s to 1923
The Liner (Hamline yearbook): 1893-2008 (ceased publication after 2008)
Hamline Faculty Handbooks : 1957-2000s
Example archival student project
Mapping the Nuremberg Chronicle
using "...new technologies to explore the old"
(University of Southern California Libraries)