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Resources for Teaching Online

Using Open Resources

 
These resources are free to use, edit, store, and download — by students and educators alike.
Learn more and access this helpful information on the Open Educational Resources guide 

A huge portion of UVA’s print collection is newly available online through HathiTrust.
To take advantage of this resource:

1.  Visit https://www.hathitrust.org and click the yellow “LOG IN” button.
2.  Select “University of Virginia” and log in using your Netbadge credentials.
3.  Use the site to locate the item you wish to view.
4.  Click on the Temporary Access link at the bottom of the record to Check Out the item through the Emergency Temporary Access Service.

You will have 60 minutes of access to the book during any session. If you remain active in the book during any session, access time will be extended. You are not able to download the book in any way; you may only read it online in an active session while using HathiTrust. This is to protect the author’s rights.

Detailed instructions (including how to use the service on a phone or tablet) can be found here: https://www.hathitrust.org/ETAS-How-To

If you have questions or concerns, please submit them to feedback@issues.hathitrust.org.

For help with access to these and other digital resources at UVA, reach out to lib-ejournals@virginia.edu.