Answered By: Nazimah Ram Nath Last Updated: Apr 24, 2019 Views: 282
The library offers faculty an online course reading list service available in eLearn (see pictorial guide) where faculty can populate the reading list by pulling in existing books/articles from the library's collection, request library to purchase new titles/scan book chapters, upload own materials, or paste links to free resources online.
For scan books chapters the library will do a copyright check to see if the title is covered under CLASS before uploading the scanned reading.
The library also provides course pack services (students will need to purchase the course pack). A course pack is a compilation of case studies for students in hardcopy.
If the reading materials are available in the electronic resources which the library subscribes to, the library will provide the 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. Hardcopy course pack will be sold to students during the first 2 weeks of each term.
Faculty teaching postgraduate programs may contact the program manager of their respective schools for assistance.