The Intellus platform allows instructors to quickly access high-quality open educational resources (OER), as well as their institution’s academic library materials to help replace expensive textbooks and course materials, while also providing real-time insight into student engagement. Instructors can map institutional learning objectives through learning resources, such as course and degree maps and syllabi. Instructors can use their NetID and password to login and get started.
Library resources currently loaded into Intellus include products from EBSCO, ProQuest, JSTOR, Alexander Street, Credo, Films on Demand
OER materials included come from universities such as Arizona, Berkeley, and MIT; consortiums such as OpenStax, Open Textbook Network, and MERLOT; government sources such as the Justice Department and the National Archives; non-profits such as the ACLU, Nova Science and TED Talks; and a myriad of other interdisciplinary sources.
Not all library resources have been loaded into the Intellus platform, including such resources as IEEE, Sage Business Stats, and Skillsoft Books. Library resources can provide a permanent stable link to materials.
Visit the library's OER guide.