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Information for teachers
Library contacts per academy
Compulsory and recommended literature for courses
For compulsory literature (book list) one copy is standard available in the library collection. The library can support you with developing the compulsory book list. When choosing literature, we advise you to consider only using titles available online.
When you want to add (online) sources to the library collection, please contact the librarian of your academy.
- Library Catalogue (for print books and print journals)
- A-Z list of databases (Zuyd Library collection)
- E-journals | E-books overview (Zuyd Library collection)
Open Educational Resources (OER)
You can also search for open learning materials on the internet which can be reused or adapted to your own wishes
- SURF website: Using other people's open educational resources
- Zuyd Blog Digital Didactics - Looking for open learning materials (only in Dutch)
Search for free available resources via Google Advanced Search so you can define usage rights (last option).
You can also search for Open Educational Resources in the SURF Search Portal.
Information literacy support
Zuyd Library staff have the expertise to transfer information literacy to others, both students (through Moodle courses on information literacy) and teachers (through workshops, info clips, LibGuides).
For the info skills courses in Moodle, the students can enroll themselves. However, you can embed an information skills course in your academy's Moodle environment. This allows for more customisation and teachers can monitor the progress of their students. Please contact your academy's librarian.
- Information Skills Training A: Starters (Zuyd Library)
- Information Skills Training B: Literature Search (Zuyd Library)
Research and copyright support
The Library's Research Support Team advises researchers and offers support in various aspects of practise-oriented research, such as data management, (open access) publishing and searching for and managing literature.
Team Copyright manages the Copyright Information Desk. This team offers support to lecturers with copyright questions.