Answered By: Rebecca Martin
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2020     Views: 30

Gutman Library works with faculty members, teaching teams, and colleagues at other libraries on campus to identify when:

  • Existing content in Gutman Library or Harvard Library’s collection can be incorporated into a course
  • New content needs to be purchased
  • New content needs to be borrowed from an outside partner library/institution
  • Faculty and teaching teams need to identify alternative materials or consider redesigning assignments if Gutman Library cannot fulfill a required course material request

Review our step-by-step guide on placing materials on Course Reserves to learn more about how we support remote teaching for faculty and teaching teams. 

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