Towson University Libraries' Instruction Program supports and strengthens the learning, teaching, and scholarship of the Towson University community. With an emphasis on Core and discipline-specific curricula, librarians collaborate with faculty to integrate information literacy with course content, and facilitate academic inquiry, critical thinking, reading, writing, and knowledge creation.
Albert S. Cook Library is happy to collaborate with faculty to make course material available to their students, either in the library or online, through physical and electronic Course Reserves.
Make your scholarly work permanently accessible online through our institutional repository.
Evaluating Scholarly Journals and Conferences
Cook Library recommends that faculty consult criteria supplied at ThinkCheckSubmit.org before submitting work to unfamiliar journals. Similarly, criteria from ThinkCheckAttend.org guides and assists faculty in choosing trusted conferences to attend.
Choose OER as your teaching and learning materials to make higher education more affordable and accessible, and free your teaching from the constraints of commercial textbooks.
Each academic department has a subject librarian to meet their specific needs.