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A guide to assist faculty in linking and embedding library resources into Blackboard courses and information on reserves.
Last Updated: Apr 16, 2014 URL: http://ulvlibrary.libguides.com/blackboard Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the Faculty Guide on Reserves and Linking to Library Resources

Faculty can link electronic books or chapters from electronic books, full-text articles available in any of the library databases for their courses in Blackboard or other online reading lists. 

The tabs above feature video tutorials and step-by-step directions. 

If there is a resource that you would like to see on this page, please contact Erin Gratz, Web & Instructional Technology Librarian.

 

Details on Reserves

Reserve Request Form

Books, pamphlets, and or copies of articles can be placed on semester long or permanent reserve to ensure that recommended and assigned readings are readily available for students. The library requires a minimum of 3 days for processing of materials before they are available for student use.

To place materials on reserve contact Circulation Services at x4301 or fill out the reserve request form and bring the form and items you would like on reserve to the main desk in the library.

Library Links that May Be Useful to Your Students

  • LeoPac (the Wilson Library Catalog)
    http://leopac.ulv.edu
  • LINK+
    http://csul.iii.com

    LINK+ is a consortium of over 50 libraries in California and Nevada. La Verne students and faculty can request books and videos from these libraries to be delivered to the Wilson Library or a library near to them for free.
  • Subject Guides
    Search for the subject area most relevant to your course. Guides include links to recommended databases, websites, books and other resources.
  • RefWorks
    http://0-www.refworks.com.leopac.ulv.edu/Refworks/
  • Preventing Plagiarism
    http://library.laverne.edu/copyright/plagiarism.php
  • Wilson Library Home Page
    http://library.laverne.edu
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