The Library Course Readings Service ensures that high-demand course readings are available to the maximum number of students over the duration of the courses, while also ensuring copyright-compliance. The Library checks the copyright status of course readings and clears permission for course materials each term.
Requesting Readings for your Course
Instructions/procedures for course readings depends upon the nature of the material as follows:
- Digital Course Readings (E-Reserve Materials) (Online articles, streamed video, digitized materials)
- Business Case Studies for Digital Course Readings (Commercial Business cases you want to use in your teaching, via Digital Course Readings)
- Print Reserve (Photocopies of articles, books, DVDs, VHS)
- Custom Course Manual (course packs and reprotexts from the Campus Bookstore)
All course readings posted/made available to students at Toronto Metropolitan University need to be copyright compliant. The Toronto Metropolitan University Fair Dealing Guideline limits the amount of material you can make available to your students to 10% of a work or 1 chapter. Any amount beyond that will need further permission via E-Reserves.