The course reserve service for faculty makes online and print resources available to students to support current courses, within U of T copyright guidelines. Tips for creating effective course reading lists.
We will embed online course readings into the Quercus Library Course Reserves module, including:
- links to online articles and other Internet resources
- scanned pages from books
- links to print titles in the catalogue
Email your course syllabus to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: As we receive many requests for readings to be posted to Quercus, required readings are given priority. For recommended readings, we will make sure that there is at least one copy in the University of Toronto library system.
You will also need to add the course reserves module to your course menu in Quercus so that it is visible to students. Click on "Settings" and select the "Navigation" tab at the top of the page. Drag the "Library Course Reserves" box up into the list of default items for your course navigation menu, then click "Save" at the bottom of the page. The course reserves link should now appear in your course menu.
To access readings, students select the "Library Course Reserves" option from their Quercus course menu. Their list of readings will then appear in a new tab.
Student view of reading list:
- At least 6 weeks before the start of your course, complete a request form or e-mail your reading list or a request, including the course title, code, title and author, to email@example.com.
- Please note that we do not place on reserve books from other U of T Libraries.
- We review items on course reserve every year and will contact you before the start of the semester.
Copyright quick facts
Scanned materials such as portions of published books and articles not available electronically must meet copyright requirements.
Visit the University of Toronto Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office website for more information
Questions related to copyright - Please contact:
Team Lead for Access Services, UTSC Library