Instructors may place material on Reserves for their students. Details are available on our Reserves page
Definition: A course reserve is a term used in academic libraries to describe the materials that instructors can have put aside for the use of a group of students in a particular course. Reserve materials are available with a shorter loan period to facilitate use by the maximum number of students.
Whether it is called a permanent URL, PURL, persistent link, or a permalink, it is the safest and easiest way to share journal articles, book chapters and other online content with your students. Permalinks help you to avoid the problems caused by some databases that provide temporary URLs that expire after a few hours or days.
Providing a link to a library resource is a copyright-friendly way to enable students to make use of an item for individual study.
Permalinks allow students to access licensed electronic resources both on and off campus, and are created by adding an EZproxy prefix to regular web links and DOIs.
Here is how to create one.
A subject specialist / liaison librarian can:
Contact a liaison librarian for more information.
Help from Library staff is available via email, through live chat (click on the blue Ask Us button on the bottom right of Library web pages) and in person at a Library Service Desk.
Library staff can provide students with help:
The Library also has bookable group spaces. They are great places for students to work together collaboratively and practice presentations.
Help from Student Learning Services is available to some Cont Ed students. Contact them to confirm if your students have support. Student Learning Services provides support with:
They provide some useful links to websites that students can use to help them succeed.
Quick help with citation is also available from the Library (in person or online via our live chat - bottom right hand side of our homepage)
IT Service Desk
The IT Service Desk provides technical support and solutions for students and employees of Mount Royal University.
Phone: 403.440.6000 (Press 1)
Toll free: 1.888.708.5508
Go to learn.mru.ca to log in to D2L Brightspace with your MRU username and password.
Access D2L support as follows: