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Curriculum Builder for EFSC Faculty

Learn the nuts and bolts of Curriculum Builder here.


Using Curriculum Builder for Student Success

12th Annual EFSC Success Conference

Friday, April 5, 2019  10:45am - noon

Eastern Florida State College

Cocoa Campus Library, Room C12-131

Presented by: Jessica Cerny, Sarah Paige, and Marian Smith




Curriculum Builder Service Workshop

Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 1:00 - 2:15 PM 

Eastern Florida State College

Melbourne Campus, Bldg. 1 Room 161

Presented by: Jessica Cerny, Sarah Paige, and Marian Smith

This LibGuide was created to support EFSC faculty in use of Curriculum Builder for creating and managing digital reading lists in Canvas.

What is Curriculum Builder?

Curriculum Builder (CB) is an easy-to-use tool from EBSCO that allows you to pull in electronic resources (journal articles, ebooks, websites & streaming videos) into targeted reading lists for your students.

Where is Curriculum Builder located?

CB is located inside Canvas, so it's right where you are always working anyways.

When can you use Curriculum Builder?

Anytime you're working in Canvas is when you can use this tool; it's easily available to be added to any existing course or to any new one of which you're thinking.

Why should you use Curriculum Builder?

You utilize the tool to maximize EFSC’s eresources for your students’ use.

The tool counts all the individual uses of each of each of those eresource you've chosen (which then builds accurate usage statistics for the library). 


Check out the steps to use Curriculum Builder in your course – go to the next side-tab now.

Accessibility Statement

Eastern Florida State College does not own or manage the content linked from this research guide. These materials are for general reference and supplemental information only. Please contact Sarah Paige if you experience any barriers to accessing these materials.