Frequently Asked Questions

If I can put an article in Moodle for my class, why would I want to use eReserves?

Carleton library has an eReserves service for scanning or linking to readings, as well as managing, archiving and delivering the class readings over the Internet. Moodle has the capability to link to readings from a course site as well as the ability to gather all course materials and activities from one place. There is no need to choose between these two tools -- you can link from Moodle to the readings in eReserves. Using both tools has the advantage of placing readings into the context of your Moodle course site, as well as taking advantage of the workflow, archival and management services of eReserves.

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