Yes, the library will acquire materials to be placed on reserve per faculty request. Use the Reserve Request Form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to comply with copyright restrictions for electronic resources, course materials are archived whenever a class isn’t meeting. To preview or reuse material previously on reserve for a course, you can fill out the “express lane” portion of the Reserve Request Form.
Yes, e-reserves can be accessed from off campus. Users will be prompted to enter the course password (this is also sent to faculty) and then on the next page they’ll be asked to provide their Baruch user name and password.
Course reserve pages containing electronic documents are password protected because of copyright restrictions. We will send you a course password to share with your students as we process your request for materials. If you’re having trouble with the course password, call the circulation desk at (646) 312-1660 for help.
If the student doesn’t have the course password, they can call the circulation desk at 646 (312)-1660 or email us at email@example.com. Students should contact the BCTC Help Desk at (646) 312-1010 if they can’t log into the remote access system, which asks for a Baruch user name and password.
You can embed a link to your course reserve page in Blackboard or the Digital Course Material Blackboard Module. Ask the reserve department at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how you can use reserves with other instructional technology.
No, the library manages copyright and purchases permissions on behalf of teaching faculty. In some cases, we are unable to place materials on e-reserve if permissions are denied by the rights holder. Faculty will be notified if any materials are removed from e-reserve because of copyright or licensing restrictions.
Consult the Guidelines for Faculty for information on copyright policies.
Contact Michael Waldman with streaming media inquiries.