Once you’ve linked your course, you can submit your syllabus or reading list to the library at firstname.lastname@example.org. Library staff will add the readings and make them available.
Please note that the Self Serve E-Reserve option may be faster way to get your readings processed and available to students when you are submitting materials past the E-Reserve deadline.
Here is an example email containing course information, citation information, and an attached copy of the reading list in a Word Document.
Each reading will need to have the following citation information:
It is possible to organize your reading list in D2L by specific weeks, modules, and other subsections. These are known as Instructor Tags. The course reading list will be organized according to their tags in your course on D2L. If you would like to have your readings organized subsections, please include that information as well.
Please include the following information about your course in any Full-Service Request email:
Including the Course Shell Code can help to speed up processing. Course Shell Codes are a combination of the course code, semester, and section number. Codes will look like this: ABC123_p19_01.
Check our Deadlines and Processing Times page. E-reserve requests are processed on a first-come-first-served basis, so it is best to submit requests early. We understand that contract faculty are not always able to do this due to contract start dates. Remember, if something requires permission from a publisher or creator, it will take extra time for the library to process.