In the Sage Library System we have indexed a couple 9xx fields in the bib record to represent course number and course professor. We then made a search widget that colleges can put on their web site to search course reserves. We also made a menu option for searching course reserves on the college's custom TPAC page.
Beth Longwell Systems Manager Sage Library System On Tue, Jun 19, 2018 at 10:09 AM, Elizabeth Thomsen <e...@noblenet.org> wrote: > 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 >