Can I still set up course reserves from the Libraries?
Course reserves for Spring 2021 will be conducted entirely online. Due to safety concerns related to COVID-19 and equity concerns due to limited seating in our facilities as a result of social distancing, Clemson University Libraries will be unable to offer a physical course reserves service for the Spring 2021 semester. This will mean that library books, CDs, DVDs, and other physical materials required for a course may not be reserved by the instructor for short-term use by students in the library. Personal copies may also not be placed on physical reserve. To ensure the best possible service, please submit requests for assistance early. Our Reserves staff are able to assist with placing articles and portions of text online, subject to copyright considerations and availability. Please utilize the e-Reserve request form? for assistance.
How can I access materials on reserve for my course?
Electronic reserves are accessible via our website on our Course Reserves page.
What library resources are available to support online learning?
Clemson Libraries are here to support faculty and students teaching online. For details on the resources and services available, please visit our Online Learning Guide.
What library instruction options are available, and how can I request for a librarian to speak in my class?
Clemson Libraries are pleased to offer a variety of synchronous and asynchronous ways for librarians to provide instruction for Spring 2021 courses. Due to the large number of courses taught by our librarians, all instruction for Spring 2021 will be online unless other arrangements are made between the librarian and instructor. For more information on how to integrate library instruction into your course, please visit our Online Learning Guide.