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Faculty & Staff Information Guide: ECampus Library Helps

Curriculum Builder

EBSCO Discovery Service brings you an easy way to create and manage course reading lists right from your Learning Management System (LMS) with the Curriculum Builder.

Here’s how it works:

Curriculum Builder also gives you the ability to review statistics, including which of your institutions’ courses and educators are using the Curriculum Builder and how many readings are included.

Search your library’s content from within the LMS

Simply click “Add to Reading List” and your selections are saved

Annotate reading list items and copy other reading lists created at your institution.*The Curriculum Builder plugin is entirely hosted by EBSCO and includes implementation and integration with EDS.

* Please note that the full text to which an institution subscribes is sometimes subject to unique conditions for use as course materials, and the guidelines for each must be followed, as appropriate.

Linking to EBSCO eBooks


Can I link to EBSCO eBooks or eBook chapters in my syllabus or Blackboard?

Yes, the Permalink feature in the eBook Viewer makes it easy to copy a link to an eBook or chapter and insert it into Blackboard, Moodle, or any other course management system.

To learn how to copy Permalinks in EBSCOhost, see How can I link to eBooks or eBook chapters in my syllabus or on Blackboard? on the EBSCO Support Site.

eBook Basics: Can I Use Them in the Classroom?

EBSCO eBooks can be used in the classroom or as a part of your course syllabus. Using e-books available from the library can be cost effective use of student textbook funds, particularly if the book is not something students intend to keep long-term, or if you’re only assigning a chapter or section of the work.

Using EBSCO eBooks provides some advantages over print books in addition to cost-savings. Students can:

  • Search within the titles for words or phrases
  • Save/email/print chapters or sections
  • Automatically generate bibliographic citations or export to bibliographic management tools

To learn more, see: eBook Basics: Using EBSCO eBooks in the Classroom on the EBSCO Support Site.

(information from EBSCO eBook Libguide)

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