The University Library also offers physical or online exhibitions, heritage laid out in front of the class, and 3D-printing.
The University Library for lecturers
University Library for lecturers
Guest lectures and workshops on information skills
Our subject librarians can provide workshops or classes on how to search for literature or data as a part of your course.
Data support for teachers
If you teach a course that frequently requires students to work with data, our data specialists can:
- organise a workshop or class to incorporate into your course;
- help you find suitable data for exercises or examples.
Contact email@example.com to discuss the options.
Copyright and the Easy Access Regulation
We offer advice on Copyright, the Easy Access Regulation and using teaching materials in Canvas in our libguide (in Dutch). Do you have any questions or need advice? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Library Guides and free workshops
Heritage laid out in front of the class
Interested in using early printed or handwritten works or academic heritage during your class? Please contact our curators to learn about the possibilities.
Curating physical or online exhibitions
The Library manages much of the academic and cultural heritage of the VU. Highlights such as paintings, manuscripts, and church books can be viewed via web exhibitions.
The web exhibitions are not only intended to draw attention to the VU heritage, they are also employed for education. The Library invites teachers to act as guest curators. Let your students compile a web exhibition instead of writing a paper. In this way they can show their knowledge in an original way.
Would you like to 3D print an object to improve students’ understanding of your teaching? If so, please contact Sylvia Moes, e-mail email@example.com