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Course Resource Lists

The Gottesman Libraries' Course Reserves Platform

Additional Resources for Instructors

  • Copyright Information

For more information about the library's copyright policy and fair use guidelines, please visit the library's copyright page.

  • Course Resource List Workshops and Consultations

Workshops guiding instructors through the library's new course reserves platform are being held virtually each month in 2022; please visit the library's Events page to view upcoming workshops and RSVP to attend or email reserves@tc.columbia.edu to set up an individual consultation. Faculty, course assistants/deputies and professional staff are all welcome to attend/contact us.

  • Request Canvas Assistance

For assistance with other areas of your course in Canvas, please contact DFI.

  • Request New (Non-Course Reserves) Materials

To request new materials for your personal research not held by the Gottesman Libraries or the Columbia University Morningside Campus Libraries, please utilize our Library Resource Request form. You can suggest a new book for the library collection or place an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) request through this form; please reference our Requesting New Materials page for more information.

Resources for Students

  • Locating Course Reserves

Once a Course Resource List has been created and published for their course, students can similarly log into their course in Canvas and scroll down to the Course Resource List link on the left navigation menu. Individual resources can be found by clicking on the "View" links under each item's information:

Student view of Course Resource List in Canvas

  • The Gottesman Libraries Catalog, Educat+

  • Columbia Libraries Catalog, CLIO

  • Request a Research Consultation

Submit a ticket here to request a research consultation or to Ask a Librarian a question. To chat live, click on the blue "Chat with Us" bubble in the lower right corner of any page on the libraries' website.