The Library will help faculty place electronic articles, book chapters or other material in your course reserve system.  We encourage you to use Moodle if you already host your course there.

If you don't use Moodle, the library can co-list your electronic readings on our e-reserves page (where print reserve books held in the library are also listed)

You may choose to load articles the library scans and digitizes for you into your Moodle Course (Loyola) or the library can add your articles directly into your Joule Course (Notre Dame of Maryland University).

How to request:

1) Identify articles or book chapters you need digitized. 

Copyright policy does not usually allow us to digitize entire books (just selected chapters) or journal articles for consecutive semesters if permission has not been cleared with the publisher. We also do not digitize entire course packs. Specific questions can be directed to library technology support.

2) Send in  your requests via this form, or send over your materials via mail or delivery clarifying who you are, for what course, and when you need them done by to the Library Circulation Department (410) 617-6801. Contact : Nick Triggs 

3) Indicate your preference as to where your student shall access the readings:

   A) Electronic Reserves list in library catalog


   B) Moodle / Joule

Specific questions can be directed to our digitization specialist, Youlanda Halterman  - 410-617-6862

Loyola Faculty load their own articles into their Moodle Course (we don't have direct access to Loyola courses).