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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: May 17, 2023 Views: 11
E-reserves, or eReserves (and other various spellings), stands for electronic reserves. If a student, you will typically find e-reserve content in your Blackboard course as either a file or link to access. Sometimes, libraries will have systems that help faculty manage e-reserves content, but TCC's Library does not really. However, the library does help manage subscriptions to materials such as streaming videos that have been requested for classroom usage and managing physical reserves.
Links to e-reserve material might be library resources that require you to have MyTCC access, or resources found online for free.
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Links & Files
- Q. What is the difference between OER and e-reserves?
- Q. What is a coursepack?
- Q. Does Fair Use allow for an instructor to reproduce entire chapters of a textbook for the class to use?
- Q. What textbooks are available in the library?
- Q. How do I suggest a book, video, or something else for the library to purchase?