Beginning Summer 2022, the Dartmouth Library has adopted a new system for streamlined submission of course reserve requests and improved student access within their Canvas course sites. Faculty can build their course title lists by importing items from our library system, by entering citations manually, or by using a plug-in to select items from the web. Lists can be saved, re-used, edited, and shared to reduce the time associated with requesting course reserves.
Our library reserves system has not yet been implemented for video requests. Please work with the Jones Media Center for film reserves: https://www.dartmouth.edu/library/mediactr/reserves.html
Access the Library Reserves system from your Canvas course site. Direct-access is also available.
Library Reserves title list templates are system-generated for upcoming terms' Canvas course sites, linked from the Canvas course menu heading Library Reserves/Guides.
Corresponding subject Research Guides are also linked to the course list, even if no course reserve titles are added.
Enrolled students have access to Library Reserves/Guides when the Canvas course is published.
Step 2: Add items to your list
Step 3: Organize, tag & add notes to your items (Optional)
Reading lists become available to enrolled students as soon as you publish your Canvas course site.
Who do I contact for help with Library Course Reserves?
Within every Library Reserves reading list is a right-hand communication pane: Notes to reserves staff. Please submit any questions for library staff about your course here.