Course Reserves provide students access to your required and recommended materials for each course. We have both physical reserves as well as online reserves. To make things easier, the library automatically scans and uploads the first week of readings on your course reserves page, so students who have not received their textbooks can still get the material.
Contact Access Services Librarian Gilles Poitras to request items be placed on reserve for your courses. Please send your requests at least two weeks before the start of the term.
To link to a course reserve list navigate to the course reserves portal then click on a particular course. In the address bar of your browser you will see the URL that points to the course. Copy this URL and use it in the link on your web page or within Moodle.
Cases & Reserves
Here is a word from Gilles on copyright for these requested items -
"Due to copyright law we cannot upload cases that are published as stand alone documents to course reserves without permission of the copyright holder. If a faculty member obtains such permission we are able to do so according to any limitations provided in the permission. However we can, and do, place a link in reserves to the publishers site to make it easier for the students in the class to locate and purchase cases."
If you have questions on this, please contact Gilles Poitras, firstname.lastname@example.org, at the Business Library.
For more information:
Is there a video or DVD that you would like to embed in your Cyber course? It is fair use under copyright law for us to convert videos to a streaming format so that students can view directly from Cyber.
Please allow at least 3 weeks for your Cyber liaison to convert your video to streaming and mount it in your class!
With your GGU ID, you can search for peer-reviewed or scholarly articles in our databases, in addition to news articles, industry information, data and statistics, and more.
If you have a citation for an article that we do not have in full-text, please use Interlibrary Loan.
To search for articles, books, and streaming videos all in one place, try this handy tool: