In case you are not using Moodle, The University Libraries will help you find your course readings and make them available to students.
For more information and assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Consider fair use when posting materials. A single copy can be made of any of the following for scholarly and research use:
We understand that copyright law and fair use exemptions are complex. Contact the Access Services Librarian for help email@example.com
You can link to course reserve items in Moodle if they are available through the Library's licensed databases, or if they are open-access resources. You have two options:
1. Send the list to your subject librarian
The Librarian will help you find the items for your course reading list and will provide you with the links for online access or assist you in digitizing the print version.
2. Or Do It Yourself
Instructors are encouraged to identify course-related readings through SearchAll box on the main Library webpage. Use the facet "Full-Text online" to limit results to materials available online.
Capturing the "permalink" for any title of interest as a course reading is the best way for students to connect to this content.
If there is a small portion (a chapter or so) of a print item that you need the library may be able to digitize this for you. Please send the details by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If a book you wish to add to your syllabus is currently only available to you in print, the library may be able to purchase an e-book version. Use online book purchase request, or contact your Subject Librarian for assistance finding appropriate online resources.