GEER Resource Information for Faculty
OhioLINK, Ohio’s academic library consortium, has received $2.5 million from the Ohio Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funds through the Ohio Department of Higher Education. The funds will be used to purchase digital resources for Ohio colleges, such as streaming video and e-books, to supplement online research, as well as provide instructional support for a wide range of curriculum, including physical and applied science courses that traditionally have not been taught online. GEER is part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which authorized federal economic aid in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The CARES Act includes several funding streams, such as GEER, to support the education community's response to the public health emergency
OhioLINK's collection development committee recommended the following e-resources be purchased with GEER funds to assist faculty/instructors in teaching remote and hybrid courses to Ohio’s 2-year, undergraduate, and graduate-level students across a wide range of disciplines, with emphasis on the most pressing need to support teaching labs in the STEM sciences and courses for the allied health fields. We thank ODHE for their advocacy and assistance in procuring the funds to make these resources available.
This page includes information about these electronic resources that faculty can use to integrate into their courses. It will be updated as additional training and materials become available.
January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2022 (2 years of availability)
JoVE Science Education videos teach science concepts and laboratory methods through engaging and easy-to-understand visual demonstrations, making remote instruction more effective when in-person lab demonstrations are difficult or not possible. The JoVE Core product is the equivalent of a video textbook, using high-impact animations to explain scientific concepts clearly for students in Biology (off-campus link), Chemistry (off-campus link), and Social Psychology (off-campus link). JoVE Lab Manuals for Biology (off-campus link) and Chemistry (off-campus link) are online alternatives to a comprehensive lab manual and contain Instructor Prep, Concepts, and Student Protocol videos for each lab offered. LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) apps designed by JoVE allow instructors to easily find and embed content into Learning Management System (LMS) pages for on and off campus viewing.
Orientation Webinars and Materials for Faculty
webinar customized for Faculty in Ohio: Using JoVE Core and Lab Manual science education videos in your lab courses
Join us to learn about JoVE's recent partnership with OhioLINK and the new STEM learning resources available to you. JoVE is the world-leading producer and provider of science videos that increase the productivity and efficacy of STEM research and education. Our library includes science videos across multiple disciplines and provides the breadth and depth needed to meet the needs of science students and researchers at all levels. This webinar will help you get started using JoVE videos in your science courses. Topics covered include:
- General Information about JoVE's solutions for Scientists and Teachers
- Information about Core & Lab Manual titles available through OhioLINK
- Access and Onboarding Instructions
- LMS Integration Processes for Moodle, Blackboard, Zoom and other platforms
- Time for Questions!
Recurring Weekly Webinar for Faculty (NOt customized for faculty in ohio)
JoVE also offers a recurring weekly Faculty Webinar on Thursdays @ 9:30 am EST. Register here.
Download a flyer (PDF) about using JoVE resources available to you through OhioLINK.
Check out JoVE's Faculty Resource Center for resources to assist with integrating JoVE into online courses and your LMS as well as guides for teaching remotely with JoVE videos.
March 2021 - May 31, 2022
Films on Demand (off-campus link) and Feature Films for Education (off-campus link) offer a large variety of curriculum-focused, streaming video titles from producers such as Films for the Humanities and Sciences, PBS, A&E, History, ABCNews, BBC, NBC News, Biography, National Geographic, 20th Century Fox, and others. This resource offers thousands of streaming videos in a broad range of subjects: Allied health, anthropology, area studies, art & architecture, biology, communication, counseling & social work, criminal justice & law, earth science, education, engineering, English, entertainment, environmental science, feature films, geography, health & medicine, history, mathematics, music & dance, nursing, philosophy & religion, physical science, physical therapy, political science, psychology, sociology, technology & society, world cinema, and world languages. Special features allow users the ability to organize and bookmark clips, share playlists, personalize folders, and manage their entire collection. LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) apps designed by FOD allow instructors to easily find and embed FOD videos into Learning Management System (LMS) pages for on and off campus viewing.
Films on Demand offers instructions for embedding videos in course managment systems.
The Feature Films for Education collection does not allow for public performance.
This resource will be available statewide for all Ohioans.
January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021 (1 year of availability)
Wiley Cochrane Library (off-campus link) is a collection of databases containing high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making. The Cochrane Library includes the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR), the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), and Cochrane Clinical Answers. It can be searched for a particular topic or disease and will return results on clinical trials, reviews, methods, studies, and clinical answers, and is suited for use as supplemental course materials at the undergraduate and graduate levels, for technology assessments and economic evaluations.
Over 3,000 titles published from 1943 through 2021, available with no DRM and no simultaneous user limit
Starting January 11, 2021, perpetual access to all e-books published from 1943 through 2021
MIT Press Direct ebooks (off-campus link) publishes significant works from leading educators and researchers around the globe. This resource covers a wide range of topics, including art, architecture, business and management, cognitive science, computer science and artificial intelligence, design, economics, education, engineering, environmental science, linguistics, mathematics, neuroscience, philosophy, physics, technology, and social theory. These highly regarded e-books could be used as supplemental course materials across many disciplines.
Complete SAGE Business Cases Collection, with DRM-free access to all cases published through 2020
Starting January 1, 2021, perpetual access to all cases published through 2020
Sage Business Cases (off-campus link) provides librarians, faculty, and students with cases to support curriculum and independent research. In addition to SAGE’s proprietary and newly commissioned cases, the collection includes cases from a growing list of world-renowned universities and professional associations. With more than 4,000 authoritative case studies from over 100 countries, this robust collection provides access to interdisciplinary cases across in-demand subjects such as entrepreneurship, accounting, healthcare management, leadership, social enterprise, and more.
Orientation Webinars and Materials for Faculty
SAGE Publishing, in partnership with OhioLINK, invites you to join us for a one-hour instructional session to learn more about the SAGE Business Cases collection you have access to through your OhioLINK membership. This session, developed and presented by SAGE Publishing, will include an in-depth look at the SAGE Business Cases collection and its coverage of a variety of in-demand subjects including entrepreneurship, business ethics, diversity & inclusion in the workplace, accounting, and more. Tailored to meet the various needs of librarians, faculty, and students, these cases bring the global business environment to life and inspire researchers to develop their own best practices and prepare for professional success. By the end of this session you will be able to:
- Explain the purpose and scope of the SAGE Business Cases collection
- Create a user profile, save searches, and build custom lists of content
- Search, browse, and filter to find specific cases in the platform
- Link cases into learning management systems, websites, and LibGuides
- Use learning objectives, teaching notes, and other supplemental materials to enhance course instruction
Register for one of two identical sessions:
- Tuesday, May 4, 2021 3:00 PM ET - Register here
hursday, May 6, 2021 10:00 AM ET- POSTPONED - check back soon for new date
If you have a disability and require live captioning or another accommodation for any webinar, please contact us at least 4 business days prior to the scheduled session. This webinar will be recorded and a link to a closed-caption video will be posted approximately one week after the live webinar.
- Sage Business Cases Information for Faculty and Instructors
- Sample Sage Business Cases (PDF)
- Sage Business Cases Flyer (PDF)
Teaching Notes in Sage Business Cases
Sage Business Cases include Teaching Notes with suggested teaching strategies, target audience, and discussion questions to support integrating cases into courses. To keep these Teaching Notes visible to faculty only, the Sage website requires that faculty create a user account and enter an activation code in order to view the Teaching Notes. (Access to the Business Cases themselves is available at the links above without a user account.) Contact your library to get an activation code and watch Sage's instruction video to set up your access to Teaching Notes.
Updated May 6, 2021