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Getting Your Course Reserves Right for Remote Teaching

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Along with the rest of the Ithaca area, the Cornell campus is doing a great job of the social distancing required to mitigate coronavirus-19 transmission successfully. And with that—as much as we love you all, and as much as the Library doesn't feel like a library with all this distance between us—Mann also remains closed to physical access for both staff and the public. But rest assured, we're still 100% here for our patrons. As Cornell faculty start finalizing their preparations for successful rest-of-semester remote teaching, we want to make sure everyone is fully informed of the support and resources available for getting their course materials all set up. 


To begin, when it comes to organizing course reserves for your remote students, the first and probably most important general resource for Cornell faculty to keep in mind is this web page: bit.ly/course_reserves_guidance. It's part of the Cornell University Library's Support for Remote Teaching Libguide and it gives a comprehensive overview of all the different things to keep in mind as you finalize your course reserves line-up.

And just to pluck out just a few of the key points:

We think that covers the main scoop on course reserves in the time of COVID-19 for now. We'll update this page with any changes that come up. And as always, if you run into any questions or problems that you could use some one-on-one help with, please don't hesitate to contact your Mann Library research support team or email us at mann_outreach@cornell.edu. We'll get back to you right away. Stay safe and well, friends!