Services we offer
Huron Library offers many additional support and services to our faculty members.
COURSE MATERIALS FOR THE 2020/21 ACADEMIC YEAR (DIGITAL-FIRST APPROACH)
In light of Huron’s fully online approach to course delivery for the 2020/21 academic year, and aligning with the broader strategy being adopted across the wider Affiliate and Western library communities, Library & Learning Services (LLS) at Huron will adopt a ‘digital-first’ approach to the provision of access to course & library materials for the Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 terms.
This fall/winter, no physical course reserves (i.e., short-term loan, required or recommended readings) will be housed on-site in the Library at Huron. Instead, LLS staff will facilitate digital access to required readings via a new, pilot-based Course Readings Service. This approach will ensure that all required course readings are available in digital format and may be uploaded to course sites within OWL where students may access them directly, consistently, and on an ongoing basis. Working within the bounds of current copyright legislation and fair dealing guidelines, we will selectively digitize print content (e.g., book chapters, journal articles) wherever possible. We will also acquire access to eBooks, eJournals, and streaming media where this content is available for libraries to license.
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Coordinator, Content and Collections
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Coordinator, User Services