Faculty can place materials on course Reserve for students enrolled in their course. Materials may be the personal property of faculty or the property of Gleeson Library. The library can also add website links onto a faculty’s course Reserve page. It takes 2-5 business days to process course Reserve requests and they are done on a first come, first served basis.
A list of course Reserve materials can be viewed through the faculty’s course Reserve page that is created in the library’s online catalog.
Steps to place materials on course Reserve:
A link to a faculty’s course Reserves page can be added on the Home page, Syllabus section, or Modules section.
Adding a link on the Home page
Adding a link on the Syllabus section
Adding a link on the Modules section
For more information or assistance contact Canvas.
Because demand for materials can fluctuate, the library may need to work with faculty to adjust assigned loan periods to accommodate the needs of students.
At the end of each semester, course materials are removed and the course Reserve page is deleted. Personal material is mailed to the address provided on the Reserves Request Form. All other material is returned to the library stacks. Submitting a Course Reserves Request Form is required every semester.
While the library strives to place all requested materials on course Reserve, situations may arise where not all requests can be accommodated. The library will work with faculty whenever such instances occur.