2019 Reserves course materials are welcomed! It is appreciated if faculty submit their requests as soon as possible; this helps to ensure that all Moodle course readings and Reserves print material will be accessible to students for the beginning of the new term. Reserves requests are processed in order of receipt.
If faculty require readings to be posted to their Moodle course site, please email a word document of the course syllabus or the course reading list, with full citations, to email@example.com. Faculty must also fill out the Moodle Enrolment Request Form to give the Reserves team access to their site. Using the contact book, search for “Library Account” and select “Editing Course Content Only”. If you have any questions about the form, please contact Hanaa Aboushahla or Jennifer Rizwan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reserves staff will digitize materials from MSVU owned books, other Novanet libraries’ material, as well as faculty owned items (as per the MSVU Fair Dealing Policy). If materials are not available through Novanet, faculty are encouraged to use the document delivery service or contact their liaison librarian to request that the materials be considered for the MSVU collection.
The principal mission of the Mount Library is to support the curricular and research needs of the students and faculty of Mount Saint Vincent University. The Library supports members of the Mount community who require access to required and supplemental readings for courses while respecting the copyright of the publishers of such materials as well as keeping with the Fair Dealing provisions in the Canadian Copyright Act.
Guidelines to the Mount Library Reserves/eReserves service via Moodle