eReserves is a list of course materials your instructor has requested for your specific course section. If your instructor is using eReserves, you will see a module in the course content on eCentennial.
You can view, download, sort, and favourite course materials from one list. The list may include: links to library resources like databases, articles, and eBooks, book chapters, web links and open educational resources.
Find eReserves on your eCentennial Course Page:
1. From your course homepage, click Content
2. Click on the eReserves module. Your instructor may place this anywhere on the list, so be sure to scroll.
3. Click "eReserves" to open your course materials list.
To View an Item:
1. Click the "eReserves" module under Content in the eCentennial course
2. Find the item you want to view and click "View Item" on the left-hand side.
Physical reserves are items that are available to loan from a campus library.
Instructors can list physical reserve items like books, CDs, DVDs and more on eReserves to let you know there are items available to loan at a campus library for your course.
Please note that during this time physical loans and physical reserves are not available.
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Last Updated: June 2, 2020
To avoid receiving further emails the student or instructor can unsubscribe by entering the particular eReserves list on the eCentennial course shell, and clicking “Please remove my subscription” at the top of the list.
eReserves lists many types of materials and each should be considered before sharing further. PDF copies made under Fair Dealing or a transactional license should not be shared further. These materials are intended only for the students registered in the course, for that respective semester for educational purposes.
Links to openly licensed and web resources may be shared with citation.
Library licensed resources like links to streaming video, databases and articles will be available when an authorized user logs in with their Centennial credentials.
On the left of an item in the list, under View Item, choose "Show Details." You will see bibliographical information about the material. You can also export a citation from here if you use citation software such as Zotero.
You can also learn about the item by viewing the webpage, article, video, or PDF itself. Remember that auto-generated citations should always be checked for accuracy.