Important: Go Live with Course Resource Lists!

The New Course Reserves

Course Resource Lists is our new Course Reserves platform and collaborative tool that is located in Canvas and integrated with Educat+, our new library catalog. Among the benefits of the new platform are:


  • Easy searching and retrieval of resources from the library catalog, avoiding manual updates by the instructor and maximum use of library resources 
  • Flexibility to shape and refresh syllabi with or without templates
  • Retention and roll over of lists to subsequent academic terms
  • Direct communication with the library from within the Course Resource List with regard to acquisitions, links, and more
  • Information about and communication with students from within Course Resource Lists

Workshops, tutorials, and individual consultations are being offered by the Gottesman Libraries and Digital Futures Institute with information posted to the library news, Canvas, and message boards, and also sent via email to academic department administrators and program coordinators. The next workshop will be held online, Wednesday, March 23rd, 3-4pm.

Important Dates:


February 21 - May 18, 2022 - Monthly Course Resource Lists workshops

March 21, 2022 - Course Resource Lists go live 

May 19, 2022 - Summer A begins fuller roll out of Course Resource Lists

In preparation for Summer A & B 2022, we encourage submitting print reserve book requests as soon as possible due to longer delivery times; printed materials are now taking an average of 4-6 weeks to arrive.

Read more about Course Reserves.

This project is managed by Jon Macmillan, Director, Program Management Office, TC Information Technology, in coordination with Kalli Mathios, Head of Technical Services and Metadata Librarian; Roshnara Kissoon, Reserves and Support Services Librarian; Jennifer Govan, Library Director and Senior Librarian; and Clare Berends and Minh Le, Principal Instructional Designers, Digital Futures Institute.



To request disability-related accommodations contact OASID at, (212) 678-3689, or (646) 755-3144 video phone, as early as possible.

Last Updated: 11:27 am, Monday, Mar 21 , 2022