As Pepperdine University continues to respond to COVID-19, Pepperdine Libraries is also working to support our community. In addition to updating webpages of resources for students and faculty, we are hosting webinars on how electronic reserves can support faculty during this trying time.
Our next live session will be Friday, February 5th, 2021 at 1:00 pm PST. If you are interested in attending this session, please contact Lauren Haberstock (email@example.com).
Below, you will find the recording and slides from our latest webinar session.
Timestamps for E-Reserves Webinar Recording:
0:00 Introduction to Webinar
1:02 Introduction to Electronic Reserves (E-Reserves)
2:13 Pros of E-Reserves During COVID-19
4:25 Logistics of E-Reserves: How to Request Materials
5:22 Restrictions and Limitations for E-Reserves
7:28 Demonstration of E-Reserves within the Courses/Sakai LMS
18:55 Copyright and Fair Use Considerations
During the webinar, Academic Video Online was identified as Academic Video Premier. If you have any questions about Pepperdine Libraries' streaming platforms, please reach out to Sally Bryant (firstname.lastname@example.org) or your library liaison.
E-Reserves are a great tool for faculty and for students. Please consult the list of materials that can (and cannot) be placed on E-Reserve and see the FAQs below before completing the request form!
How will my students access e-Reserves?
How many pages or chapters from one book can I put on e-Reserves?
What if I want to include a video on e-Reserves for an online course?
Can I place articles from our library databases and electronic journals on e-Reserves?
Can I place articles from the Harvard Business Review on e-Reserves?
Can I place sample student papers and projects on e-Reserves?
How early should I provide materials I want on e-Reserves?
How soon will items be available on e-Reserves?
How long are materials kept on e-Reserves?
When I need e-Reserves documents changed on one of my courses, what should I do?
What is copyright and how does it affect e-Reserves submissions?
What is Fair Use and how can I determine whether an item is within Fair Use?