The New College Library is a great place to leave materials on reserve for your course. You can use this form to request books for course reserve or request that materials be scanned and/or linked into Quercus for your students
Barcode (Your barcode is required for your students to be able to look up readings by instructor or course code. On your TCard/Staff Card: 16 digits, no spaces -- if you don't have a barcode yet you can leave this field blank)
Course Code (ie. NEW999 or WGS212--no spaces):
Provide a copy of your class's reading list.. You can also copy and paste the reading list from your syllabus. Library staff with take care of the rest. You will receive an email when all of your material is available.
Alternatively, you can upload a copy of your reading list.
To help us process your reading list quicker, if this is a course that has been offered before, please make a note of any readings that have been added, deleted or moved
List here any readings that were not assigned last time you taught this course that have been added to the readings list for this session.
List here any readings that were assigned last time this course was offered by you that are no longer on the reading list.
If you have moved any readings around, please let us know. For example, let us know if a reading that was offered in week 10 last time you taught this course and has been moved to week 4 for this session.
The D.G. Ivey Library helps make course readings available to students while respecting Canadian copyright provisions and existing U of T licensing agreements. Assigned material is analyzed on a case-by-case basis. Assigned readings can be made available to your students in accordance with the University of Toronto Fair Dealings Guidelines. In cases where assigned readings exceeds these guidelines or current licenses, the University of Toronto Libraries will negotiate copyright clearance for these items at no costs to you. The item may also be placed on reserve at D.G Ivey Library or purchased for the collection.
Do you have any questions or comments about online course readers or course reserves?