To help faculty prepare for Fall 2020 as the University moves into an online course delivery format, Pepperdine Libraries hosted a webinar to offer details on using e-Reserves. With e-Reserves, Pepperdine Libraries can support faculty during this trying time in a way that promotes usage of course materials while also working to optimize the online student learning experience.
Pepperdine Libraries is hosting an additional live session of our Electronic Reserves for Faculty webinar on Thursday, August 6th at 11 am (PDT). Contact Lauren Haberstock (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
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 from one book can I put on Electronic Reserves?
What if I want to include a video on Electronic Reserves for an online course?
Can I place articles from our library databases and electronic journals on Electronic Reserves?
Can I place sample student papers and projects on Electronic Reserves?
How early should I provide materials I want on Electronic Reserves?
How soon will items be available on Electronic Reserves?
How long are materials kept on Electronic 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?