Answered By: Chris Pollette
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2015     Views: 66

Through our course reserves service, instructors can make course materials available to students online with the Web application ReservesDirect.

We provide digitized versions of print materials and other formats, and place them online in instructors' individual course reserves. Woodruff Library, Business, Health, Law, Oxford, and Theology libraries offer separate course reserves services. Use the ReservesDirect login page to locate the Reserves Library associated with your course/department with links to the individual library's reserves requesting procedures and submission forms. By using Reserves Direct, you will see the reserve materials you or other instructors have previously reserved; you can upload files; link to websites, articles, and eBooks etc.

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