Blackboard (under Course Documents)
The Library will scan reserve materials and make them available under the Course Documents section of a Blackboard course. (Faculty also may continue to use the Library's traditional reserve services for printed books, personal copies, photocopies.)
Tell the reserve staff assisting you if you are using BLACKBOARD and want us to link e-reserves as "Course Documents."
Librarians will also provide additional support for Blackboard courses, such as links to key databases, tutorials on particular research tasks, or course guides that list major reference tools and primary source collections. Contact your Library Subject Specialist if you would like to discuss any additional service or support that the Library could provide.
- Submission of materials for Electronic Reserves
- Library's statement on Copyright and Course Reserves.
If you have additional questions or concerns, please ask the Reserve Staff Contacts at your Library.