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Teaching India: Teaching India

Collection of resources for Global Humanities Institute initiative on "Teaching India," focused on incorporating library resources and OERs into the classroom.

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Licensed & Open Resources

‚ÄčLicensed content is available at no cost to faculty and students, through the MC Library. This could include an article from a database, a chapter from an e-book, or a streaming video from one of our subscription services. Faculty can provide students with a link to licensed content. Students can use the resource, at no cost, as part of a course at MC. They will need to log in to access the resource from off-campus or on the College's WiFi network.

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Open content is made available to anyone, often through a Creative Commons license. The author or owner of the content has chosen to make it available at a variety of levels of restriction. Students could access an open resource as part of a course, and be able to use it again even when they are no longer affiliated with Montgomery College. 

Guide Credits

This guide created by Jenny Hatleberg, Rockville Librarian ( and Qing (Alison) Yu, ELITE Instructional Designer (

Religions of India


The library provides access to a rich array of sources. Here are a few examples of resources on the broad topic of globalization's effect in India, including books, e-books, journal articles, encyclopedia entries, and videos. All of these materials are accessible through the MC Library databases and physical collections. 

Librarians & ELITE Instructional Designers are available to help you find resources to supplement your lessons and assignments!