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Placing high-demand books, articles, and media on Course Reserve ensures that these items will be available for all students to use. Reserves include physical items (books and media) held at the library and electronic documents (book chapters and journal articles) accessible online via ELMS/Canvas (E-Reserves). If you are uncertain how to add items to Course Reserves, please reference the library’s web page for video tutorials and step-by-step guides found in the right navigation menu.
University of Maryland faculty and graduate students who teach undergraduate or graduate courses may place physical materials on course reserve at the library that supports their program. All reserve requests (physical materials and electronic documents) should be placed via ELMS (powered by Canvas), the University of Maryland’s online learning system.
To avoid delays, please submit reserve requests as early as possible. We recommend that materials be submitted at least two weeks prior to the date when students will need them.
For questions related to course reserves and copyright, please see our Copyright Guide.
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