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Earl S. Richardson Library Launches Electronic Reserves System

The Earl S. Richardson Library today launched its campus-wide Docutek eRes system for faculty and students. Offering a database for electronic reserves compiled from more than 400 libraries worldwide, the system simplifies student access to information and integrates technology into the learning process.

Docutek eRes libraries web-enables course reserves and offer patrons round-the-clock access to reserve material online. The Richardson Library’s Circulation Team will upload all articles, ensure all copyright regulations are followed, and handle all required Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) issues for the uploading of copy-written material to an electronic space.  You simply provide the materials (request form and current syllabus); the Library does the rest.

To learn more about how to get materials uploaded, contact:  Alan V. Poulson, Head, Circulation Department, Earl S. Richardson Library — alan.poulson@morgan.edu443-885-1703


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