The Library aims as far as possible to provide scanned extracts of print articles and book chapters for individual modules. Where licence restrictions do not permit scanning, photocopied offprints can also be requested. These are held in Library short loan collections.
If students on a module are referred to more than a single chapter of book, multiple copies of the book usually need to be ordered.
If you are able to supply reading lists well before the start of teaching, subject librarians can help you determine which readings can be scanned and which might already be available online. The availability of books for teaching can also be confirmed and appropriate numbers of copies ordered.
You can provide students with direct links to electronic resources, books and articles within Queen's Online or elsewhere. When creating such links it is important to include the proxy server address as this will make the link will work off-campus. Unfortunately if you are working from a PC on campus this won’t appear so you need to edit the URL to include it. The proxy server address is:
Full details of how to create links can be found in these very brief documents.