Placing Full-text Articles or Web Documents on E-reserve
Complete the course reading list request form
Fill out the form online and attach a Word document containing your reading list. Check the option to have the library create a course reserves page; if you already have a course reserves page for your course, we will add these links to it.
For full-text articles, provide the full article citation (author, title of article, journal title, volume, issue, page numbers). The library will create a course reserve record with a persistent link to the specific article. Links will work from both on and off campus.
For web documents on the public internet, provide the title of the website or document and the URL. The library will create a course reserve record that links to the web document.
Links to e-reserves will become dormant and no longer show in the library catalogue at the end of the semester.