Electronic Reserves in Canvas
Students access eReserves through your online Canvas course. Ashour Benjamin, Periodicals Coordinator, needs access to your Canvas course to add the eReserves reading list.
We can also provide training for Instructors who prefer to upload and update their own eReserves on their Canvas site.
The San Jose State University Library must own physical or electronic versions of the source in order for material to be placed on Electronic Course Reserves. We can scan University Library books and provide database permalinks for you. When submitting journal articles or book chapters for electronic reserves, please identify the source material by providing a copy of the title page for each source or by clearly writing the bibliographic information on the front page.
If SJSU does not own a particular book or journal title, we cannot place it on electronic reserves until copyright permission is obtained. If permission is required, our office will look into securing it. All non-copyrighted material such as homework solutions and lecture notes may be placed on electronic reserve without permission.
Under certain conditions specified in the United States Copyright law (Title 17, United States Code) libraries and archives may be authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction may not be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research," and that only one copy be provided for scholarly purposes unless copyright fees are paid. Further reproduction or paper copies made from this computer system may be in violation of copyright laws and is prohibited. Information about using copyrighted material and requesting permission can be found at the Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.
Physical Course Reserves will remain in the library catalog. Please contact Jeff Frank for questions about physical reserves.