Electronic Reserves FAQ
- How do I get my ERes documents onto Camino?
- Go to ERes and sign in through the Faculty/Staff Login.
- From the Main Menu, click on the course which contains your documents. This takes you to the Page Management for your course page.
- Click on the Course Reserves Page tab and click the Accept button.
- From here you can click on individual documents to download them one at a time or click on Download All As Zip to save them all at once.
- Sign onto Camino and either upload the zip file itself, or upload individual files.
- What services does the library offer for electronic reserves?
Course Reserves staff will:
- scan and/or upload documents to your Camino course pages,
- provide support for questions regarding retrieval of ERes documents until Tuesday, September 10, 2013,
- redirect you to further resources for more complicated support questions.
- How do I prepare the documents I need scanned?
- Include a Scanning Request Form and a Fair Use Checklist with your documents
- If you have more than one document, keep them separated with paperclips, not staples.
- Provide a full citation including author, title and source for all copyrighted material. Failure to provide such information may result in processing delays.
- Prioritize the items in your request, preferably by including a course syllabus at the beginning of the quarter.
- How long does it take to process my request?
Please allow at least three weekdays at the beginning of the quarter. Make sure you contact the Course Reserves Supervisor for current turnaround times before submitting anything marked urgent.
- What is the best way to contact the Course Reserves Supervisor?
- Do I have access to my ERes documents that are no longer visible?
Until 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 10, 2013, you will be able to access all of your ERes materials, including inactive documents, by using the Faculty/Staff Login.
- Who is responsible for making sure my electronic reserves comply with copyright law?
For information on copyright, fair use and electronic reserves, the University has produced the Copyright and the Electronic Reserve System tutorial.