Beginning this Fall semester, the library will be using a new application to prepare and support course reading lists. The Library Reading List application streamlines access to a wide variety of course-related and library materials for students and instructors through close integration with Quercus and U of T library resources.
Syllabus Service staff will use Library Reading List to organize library resources within an easy-to-use course reading list that is integrated with Quercus. The application combines electronic articles, streaming media, digitized content, physical materials, and more into a single list so that students can access all their course materials in one place.
Library Reading List is part of the University of Toronto Libraries’ migration to the new Library Services Platform that improves access to our wide variety of collections for users. It is a modernized system that allows instructors to follow along with up to the minute information and additions to the reading list.
Please submit your reading lists at any time – our staff will do their best to assist you. Email your syllabus with full citations or any questions about Library Reading List to email@example.com.
Interested in learning more? Watch this short video.
For faculty: Instructions activating Library Reading List within your Quercus course
Course reserves & syllabus service at other U of T libraries
Each campus runs its own course reserves services –UTM & UTSC– and some libraries on the St. George campus have different submission points.
Libraries on the St George campus that offer a syllabus service with different submission points are:
- Department of Physics Library
- D.G. Ivey Library (New College)
- E.J. Pratt Library (Victoria University)
- Engineering and Computer Science Library
- John M. Kelly Library (St. Michael's College)
- John W. Graham Library (Trinity College)
- Mathematical Sciences Library
- Milt Harris Library (BIC Connects)
Libraries at colleges and professional faculties are also able to assist when course requirements are better supported by specialized library collections or local course reserve services.
Please visit the individual websites of these colleges or faculties for contact details.