- results and analysis from a detailed survey of a state university’s core-course textbook reserve program;
- funding sources for starting or piloting a program;
- using aggregated enrollment, grade, and textbook cost data to identify “high impact” courses;
- identifying course-related books that are in the library’s collection or fit an existing collection policy;
- workflow for using bookstore data with ILS and purchasing systems; and
- using LibGuides and Google Sheets to publicize textbook holdings, and how a back-end database supports discovery for students and reporting for reserves staff.
Edited by Chris Diaz, digital publishing services librarian at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
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