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If you have used the Library Course Reserves for a previous iteration of an upcoming course, follow the instructions to "Clone" your old course.
If you have not used the Library Course Reserves system for a previous iteration of an upcoming course, follow the instructions directly below to "Create a New Class" in the library eReserves system.
Creating a Class means you will have a Course Reserves presence for your Course. You can list persistent URLs to library subscription content (see Linking to Content for how to create a persistent URL) and you may upload several types of content (pdf, audio files, video files, Word or Excel files, etc.) to share with your students. If you have books or other physical items on Reserve at the library, please list them in the Class along with your eReserves. One list of all Course Reserves Items makes it easier for students to find their readings. The library will return your physical materials at the end of the semester.
If you used the Library Course Reserves system for a previous iteration of an upcoming course, you may be able to "Clone" your previous Class reserves into a new Class.
Cloning a Class means you can create a Library Course Reserves presence for your new course and any or all online items placed on Reserve in your previous iteration of the Class will be copied into your new Class. If you had books or other physical items on Reserve at the library, they will also still be listed in the cloned Class, but you will need to bring the physical materials back to the library (the library should have already returned your materials at the end of the previous semester).
If you are Cloning a Class, you do not need to Create a New Class. The new Class will be created during the Cloning process.