What's different from physical course reserves?
Benefits for Instructors
|What Your Students Want You to Know about eReserves|
In this one-hour interactive session you will learn everything you need to know to get started with eReserves. Leave this session ready to initiate the eReserves module in eCentennial, request and duplicate items, tag and sort the reading list and view usage statistics.
|Register||Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at 12:00 PM||Progress|
|Register||Wednesday, August 07, 2019 at 10:00 AM||Progress|
For detailed instructions on how to use eReserves, download our instruction manual or watch the accompanying video:
With eReserves instructors can request:
Links to library resources like databases, articles, and eBooks
Weblinks to publicly available resources
PDFs such as Scanned Short Excerpts and Transcripts
Embedded Copyright Support
When you submit or request material for eReserves, Library staff evaluate copyright and licensing restrictions, and secure permission on your behalf, if needed.
Only copyright-compliant material may be linked or posted on eReserves. Where possible we provide electronic access to materials, but in some cases physical reserve items may need to be used instead.
For information about eReserves copyright, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or continue browsing this guide.
Requests may take up to 4 weeks,
While it depends on the nature of the request, please assume there will be a 4 week turnaround time. We appreciate your understanding and patience.
During peak service times we will need 4 weeks prior to the start of a semester to begin processing full course lists in eReserves. We will highlight priority deadlines for the year. Requests submitted after priority deadlines will be fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Request early to avoid delays!
Here is a Student View of eReserves for one course section: