Helping You Teach
Here is how we can help you teach:
- Place items on reserve
- Schedule an in-class workshop for your students
- Get equipment delivered to your class
- Schedule an information literacy session
- Assistance with classroom technology
- Ask us a Question
Place Items on Reserve
- Teachers can place items they choose on reserve for their students to use during the semester
- Items can include books, DVDs, CDs, journals, magazines, etc.
- All reserve materials will be returned to instructors or departments at the end of the academic semester
- Instructors must fill out a Course Reserve Form and return it to the library with course materials
The Learning Commons offers in-class workshops for faculty who request them. Workshops include:
- Computer Basics
- Blackboard Basics
- Browser Basics
- Power Point Basics
- Mac Basics
- Excel Basics
- Word Basics
- My Tri-C Space Basics
- Student Email Basics
Workshops are 30 minutes, include instruction, student handout, and activity if applicable.
For more information call 216-987-3679
We Deliver To You
The Learning Commons brings classroom equipment directly to you, at the designated time and place. Faculty have access to:
- Multimedia Carts (Computer, Monitor, Document Camera, Projector, DVD/VCR)
- TV/DVD Combo
- Smart Board
- Visually Impaired Devices
- Overhead Projectors
- CD/Tape Player
Fill out the Equipment Request Form (please submit at least one week before the equipment is needed).
For More Info, Please Call 216-987-4292
Our Librarians Come To You
The Learning Commons offers classroom instruction on digital and information literacy.
- Cite with Style: Applying MLA Citation Format - Learn MLA citation format and explore tools that make citing sources easier
- Googlize Me - Learn the limits and strength of Google. Create a Google account, use Google Docs, and when to use Google.
- Got Books? Using the Library Catalog - Students learn to navigate and search for books in the Tri-C Library Catalog and Ohio Link.
- Open All Night! Using Library Databases - Learn to search for and download full-text articles any time of the day.
Request an Information Literacy Workshop for your class
Need Some Help?
If you are having difficulty with any technology or classroom related equipment, please contact the Metro Learning Commons at 216-987-4292
The Metro Learning Commons offers workshops for faculty on how to use available classroom technology. For more information please contact Paul Abiola @ 216-987-4054
Contact Us Here:
Contact a Learning Commons representative by emailing us with any questions or comments