This page highlights some useful information about Library Course Reserves.
For more detailed information follow the links immediately below:
The library licenses access to articles in over thirty thousand (30,000) journals. If an article is available in a library database, link directly to the article from your D2L course shell (except for Harvard Business Review articles).
Linking to journal content directly through licensed library databases absolves you of responsibility for copyright compliance for the linked content and absolves the university of potential liability for copyright infringement of that content.
ARES Reserves is where professors can store copyrighted materials for class use.
To get your students from D2L to your ARES Reserves, add this URL into your course:
Log in to ARES Reserves with your Ship Email address and Password.
From the Main Menu class grid, select the course you want to track for Reserve Usage.
Click the Reserve Item Usage action on the Instructor Class Tools or Proxy Class Tools menu.
A Reserve Items grid below the Class Details lists each Reserve item along with Title, Author and Usage.
The Usage column tracks the number of times a Reserve Item has been viewed.
Click Show Detailed Usage on each item to see which students have viewed specific Reserves Items and and which students have not.