You are strongly encouraged to make use of the Library's , which includes the option for digital materials to be retrieved and made available to your students by the Library. Ares, the Library’s course reserve platform, provides a single point of access for all course materials; it can be accessed and, if the option is activated, through as well.
Using Virtual Campus
You are strongly encouraged to make use of the Library's Course Reserve Service, which includes the option for digital materials to be retrieved and made available to your students by the Library.
What materials can I use?
There is a wide range of material that you may provide to your students on without any permission required. You are encouraged to make use of , materials , materials available under licences, and your own unpublished materials. Alternatively, you can also rely on any applicable .
If you are unsure as to what you are permitted to do, remember that providing your students with a link to a legitimate source, which directs them to the material in question, is always permitted! For more information on creating persistent links, see .
Steps for course content review (if applicable)
If you would like the to confirm that your selected materials are compliant with applicable rules and guidelines, or if you believe that any of your course materials may require a licence from a publisher or copyright holder, follow the steps below to submit a request for course content review.
1. Collect sources
2. Fill out form
3. Submit course materials