Faculty: Let the Libraries Simplify Your Teaching

Faculty: Let the Libraries Simplify Your Teaching
Jenny James Lee
May 23, 2014

Helping faculty to improve the student academic experience, the Libraries provides access to assigned readings through our Course Reserves service. This service seamlessly integrates with Blackboard Learn to provide a simple way for students to access course materials. It also reduces faculty effort by providing a way assign readings and also ensures adherence to copyright laws and license restrictions.

The Course Reserves service offers ethical and legal eResource linking, scanning of book chapters, and video streaming. Physical reserve items can also be made available at Hahnemann Library, W. W. Hagerty Library, or Queen Lane Library.

For a limited time, the Libraries reserves team will enter data for titles added for the first time into the course reserves system. This additional service is especially useful for faculty who have not yet used the system. If you are interested in taking advantage of this additional help, you can learn how to get started here.

To utilize this service, or with questions, please contact the Course Reserves team at reserves@drexel.edu. Act soon, while Course Reserves are year-round, the additional data entry offer ends on June 20, 2014.