Librarians create Research Guides for SUNY Oneonta disciplines and subjects to provide selected best resources and tips for doing effective research and discovering articles, books, and more. We can work with faculty to develop customized Course Guides.
Library resources are another option for course materials that are freely available to students and faculty. These can include eBooks, streaming video and journal articles. Explore the links in this guide and contact your librarian for more information.
These research databases can be used for alternative/ affordable course content — free or low-cost alternatives to high-cost educational resources. This includes course modules, textbooks, videos, tests, journal articles, assessment tools, and any other materials used to support learning.
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Begin discovering eBooks using eBooks Search Everything. eBook collections can be browsed through various subscription databases, linked below.
The Milne Library purchases and subscribes to electronic resources including online journals, eBooks, and research databases. These resources are governed by license agreements, most of which allow the licensed material to be used for educational purposes by "authorized users." Authorized users are typically defined as Oneonta students, faculty, staff, and and walk-in users of the library.
Most license agreements allow authorized users to:
Using library-licensed resources for online courses avoids the need to perform fair use analysis or to seek permission from rightsholders.
When using library-licensed resources, be sure to: