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Course Reserves Policies & Practices
When placing items on eReserves, FSU Libraries follows all applicable copyright laws. Please visit our Copyright and Fair Use guide to learn more about course reserves, what items can and cannot be placed on reserve, and information about materials such as streaming videos.
What are eReserves?
eReserves are electronic course materials such as journal articles, eBooks, streaming videos, or scanned physical items
eReserves can be open access (freely available online), library licensed electronic material (such as an article found in one of our databases), or material owned by FSU Libraries or the instructor
Any items placed on eReserve must comply with all applicable copyright laws
How can FSU Libraries help me add eReserves to my course?
1. Access the Faculty Reserves request form in the Canvas navigation Help menu.
2. Select Electronic Course Reserve (Placed in Canvas) under Reserves Location on the Reserve Item Request form.
The Reserves Specialist will work with you to import library licensed or open access material into your course.
Once your request is processed, you will find your materials in the Files tab in your course site.
You can then move the library resources within your course site to pages, modules, assignments, and more.