These are frequently used OU acronyms. The entities referred to below all have an important role in technology-based resources and/or services to assist you in your teaching and research:
Most of the services and resources listed below are oriented towards your activities teaching Oakland University students or doing your research. However, it is important to note that any online communication (Web page, podcast, video, etc.) that is accessible to the general public and not intended strictly for classroom use, except personal Web pages, must be reviewed and approved by UC&M before it is made public.
Besides the KL's course reserves for hard copy books, DVDs, and other physical objects, there are a variety of ways for OU faculty members to use digital resources to support their teaching and research. Here follows a brief summary first of ways to save and to serve up various types of content to your students:
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