- Moodle is the method of "delivering" e-reserves for each course. (Moodle does a lot more than that, though. If you're interested in the bells and whistles, request assistance from the Moodle gurus.)
- It's okay to post small portions of a work. It's better to post small portions of a work you or the library owns.
- Copyright guidelines are just that - guidelines, which means each case may be different. The four factors found in the Statement on Fair Use and E-reserves should be weighed for each individual e-reserve.
- A posted e-reserve should never be the "meat and potatoes" of a work, regardless of the percentage of the whole it represents.
- E-reserves used in previous semesters can easily be reactivated for future courses, either by sending me an email, or following these simple instructions.
- Plays in their entirety are not okay to post.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Quick facts: E-reserves
Are you busy planning syllabi for J-term and Spring semester? Here's some quick facts about e-reserves.