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Remote Course Support from University Libraries: Home

A Guide for University faculty to the library resources from Texas State University Libraries to support remote teaching.

Overview of assistance by librarians at Texas State University Libraries

Remote Library Services Information at:

General Course Support Services

  • You can always access the library website at as well as our databases, ebooks, and streaming videos from off-campus.
  • Librarians and Library Staff are available to answer questions from faculty and students during library hours, by email, SMS, or chat at
  • Check out our online Course and Program research guides for help with course research assignments as well as independent studies, theses, and dissertations at
  • Your subject librarian is available to create a customized guide specific to your course or project.
  • There are research tutorials available to walk your students through the basic research skills.
  • We can set up Zoom appointments for meetings and research consultations for classes, small groups, or individuals. Request a consultation at
  • Your subject librarian is available to work with you to find solutions and offer resources that may be customized for your needs. Use the navigation links on the top of this page to find information for your program area.
  • To contact your librarian directly, click on the link below:

Subject Librarians