Would you like to post electronic articles for students but not take up server space or break copyright rules?

A good solution might be to place items with the University Libraries Electronic Course Reserves system. Items can include PDF articles, links to articles in library databases, music files, and articles archived in multiple databases (includes professional journals and “popular” outlets like the New York Times). Electronic Reserves can even replace course packets and save students money.

Best of all, ANGEL includes a tool which automatically directs students from your course to your electronic reserves books.

You might not be able to place an entire book on electronic reserve, but if your course uses readings from a variety of sources, this may be a good solution.

To learn more, read:

  1. Course Reserves Page
  2. Link to Your Reserves List in Your ANGEL Coursepage
  3. Activating the Library Reserves Link (ANGEL Knowledge Base)
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