Library Today: Course Reserves services for faculty

Library Today: Course Reserves services for faculty

From UST Libraries

Do you have an article you’d like students to read before a class lecture? Do you need your students to watch a video and don’t want to use precious face time? Are you interested in using UST Libraries Course Reserves services and unsure of how to get started?

Course Reserves allows instructors to make high-demand copies of books (personal or UST-owned), articles, book excerpts (with signed library copyright waiver), electronic medium (i.e., pictures on CD), and audiovisual materials easily available in UST libraries. In addition, articles, book excerpts, and pictures can be placed on Electronic Reserve or on your Blackboard page. Why make photocopies for 30 students when they can read it online?

For questions, check out the Libraries Course Reserves Web site, or contact the Course Reserves staff nearest you:

Please submit Course Reserves items at least seven to 14 days before you need them to be available for your students. The beginning of each semester is very busy for Course Reserves staff, so please allow for material processing time.