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Faculty members, it’s time again to set up your print and electronic course reserves at the University Libraries. To be available by the first days of class, new lists are due as follows:

Winter – Friday, December 6
Spring – Friday, December 13

Requests to renew fall lists for use in winter and/or spring are due by Wednesday, December 4.

eReserve readings are stored in Box@UNCG and delivered to students via Canvas. The Reserve staff creates eReserve folders in Box and then sends an email to instructors containing embed codes to use to insert them into Canvas; instructions are provided and available at https://library.uncg.edu/info/depts/access_services/reserves/AddingeReservestoYourCourseinCanvas.pdf. The embed codes allow students to see the eReserves in a Box widget embedded into a page on Canvas.

For more information about course reserves including copyright information (https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107), how to submit lists, and how to find reserve lists online please visit our Reserves webpages at http://library.uncg.edu/info/depts/access_services/reserves/. Please remember that only small portions of copyrighted books may be placed on eReserve and the amount allowable is based on the reasonable limits of fair use (https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107) under United States law. Allowable amounts differ; please contact us regarding questions.

Before placing a film on reserve, please check the Libraries’ numerous streaming film sources (http://uncg.libguides.com/streamingfilms). Also, we offer hundreds of thousands of e-books that may be linked to from your course syllabus. To learn more about these please see our e-book guide (http://uncg.libguides.com/ebooks).

Visit the Reserves web pages or contact the reserve staff at reserves@uncg.edu, 336-256-1199 or 336-334-5245 for information related to creating your lists.

 
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