At the Student Success Interest Group meeting at the recent Evergreen Conference, there was a discussion on how academic libraries are handling course reserves, and Course Reserves came up high on the priority list on this Report from the Future of Evergreen: Brainstorming and Strategizing Session <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1By-bW5zNEZYUaakfO8udh7Vzj4GdUe9UcHPFqlGEO7k/edit?usp=sharing> .
We're adding this topic to the agenda for the Student Success Working Group meeting coming up on Monday, and it would be helpful if academic libraries could describe how they are currently handling course reserves. Are you using the Syrup <http://git.evergreen-ils.org/?p=Syrup.git;a=summary> system? What do you like about it, and what would you like to see improved? Or are you using bookbags or buckets or a homegrown solution for managing lists for each course? Or maybe course reserves are all electronic resources at your institution? Please share your thoughts and experiences here on the list! Thanks! -- Elizabeth B. Thomsen Member Services Manager NOBLE: North of Boston Library Exchange Danvers, Mass. www.noblenet.org