The ASU Library's Course Reserve service has a new name: Course Resource Services.
Course Resource Services works closely with instructors to search, select, manage and organize learning materials, and integrate them directly into Canvas (or other learning management systems) using the Library Resource Organizer (formerly ASU Library Reading Lists).
The Course Resource Services team can help connect instructors to appropriate library content and collections, including materials owned by instructors or freely available online; digitize library-owned material, in compliance with copyright guidelines, to increase their access; and link to content from the library's existing collection of electronic resources (e-books, journal articles, streaming media and other digital materials).
Contact us to start preparing for your fall semester courses.
Course Resource Services also addresses textbook affordability concerns by making it easier for instructors to connect students to content that is freely available to them, whether it is using our library collections, using open education resources (OERs), or increasing awareness of university-wide textbook initiatives. Show your students you care about the rising cost of education by working with us to reduce their textbook costs!