Answered By: Vincent Ong Last Updated: May 26, 2016 Views: 233
The library offers faculty a variety of methods to deliver reading materials to students.
- As books or ebooks in the Library collection
- As electronic links to articles in the Library’s electronic collection
- As scanned chapters on the Learning Management System (from books belonging to publishers represented by CLASS)
- As hardcopy course packs (students will need to purchase course packs)
A course pack is a compilation of case studies for students in hardcopy.
If your reading materials are available in the electronic resources which the Library subscribes to, The library will provide the reading list containing links to the materials. Students may print one copy for their personal use. However, please note that links cannot be provided for articles from Harvard Business Review. Electronic readings belonging to CLASS publishers will be posted on the Learning Management System. Hardcopy course pack will be sold to students during the first 2 weeks of each term.
Faculty teaching in postgraduate programs may contact the program manager of their respective school for assistance.