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Library Course Materials are a combination of research guides and course reserves listings. It is a page found in every Canvas course taught at UMD. The page is populated with resources specific to the course and subject matter, including textbooks and electronic resources. Instructors can request the creation of a new research guide by consulting their subject librarian. Resources, such as textbooks, electronic resources, and scanned PDFs, are added through the library's course reserves service. Students are able to access these materials online through the Canvas course, or in person at the library.

More information about library course materials can be found on the Library Course Materials page of the library website. 

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  • Last Updated Jul 26, 2023
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  • Answered By Samantha Wolf

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