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E-Reserves Tutorials

E-Reserves 1: Creating a Course in E-Reserves

Created by: Kat Stone Underwood, Access Services
Edited by: Hannah Salings, E-Learning
Duration: 2m 23s
Overview: E-Reserves is a Libraries service that lets instructors reserve digital materials for their course. Students can access those materials online, from PDFs of articles to website URLs, all in one place. This video is the first in a series for faculty instruction in using E-Reserves for their courses. Learn how to access E-Reserves from the MU Libraries and create a course.

 

E-Reserves 2: Modifying or Reusing a Course

Created by: Kat Stone Underwood, Access Services
Edited by: Hannah Salings, E-Learning
Duration: 2m 45s
Overview: Second in the E-Reserves series. This tutorial will show you how to modify an existing E-Reserves course (without modifying readings) and how to reuse an existing E-reserves course.

 

E-Reserves 3: Adding or Reusing Items in a Course

Created by: Kat Stone Underwood, Access Services
Edited by: Hannah Salings, E-Learning
Duration: 3m 42s
Overview: Third in the E-Reserves series. This tutorial will show you how to add or reuse items to an E-Reserves course.

 

E-Res Tutorial 4: Creating a Course Reserve Request Form

Created by: Eric Cusick, Access Services
Edited by: Hannah Salings, E-Learning
Duration: 2m 54s
Overview: Fourth in the E-reserves series. Learn how to fill out the Course Reserve Request Form to acquire resources for your class, including examples for requesting an item already in MERLIN, requesting an item that needs to be bought and added to the collection, and putting a personal copy of an item on reserve.

 

E-Reserves: Student Access to E-Reserves Courses

Created by: Kathryn Wright, Access Services
Edited by: Hannah Salings, E-Learning
Duration: 2m 18s
Overview: This video covers student access to E-reserves. Students will learn multiple methods of locating their course in E-Reserves online, as well as accessing readings and links within the course.

 

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