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Already hundred course reserves requested

Since the UBL introduced a new and improved service for requesting course reserves last summer, many lecturers have used the new service. Today, the UBL processed the hundredth application of a course reserve for Casper de Jonge, university lecturer in Greek Language and Culture at the Faculty of Humanities, for his course "Rhetoric and Law". A nice milestone!

Using the new service, teachers can easily compile online reference lists and make articles, videos, monographs and newspaper articles available to students via a link in Blackboard.

"What a happy news! I had to get used to it, but the new system makes it very easy requesting course reserves, thanks for the service!" says Casper de Jonge, lecturer in Greek Language and Culture.

Visit the Course Reserves page for more information.

Services for teaching staff
Did you know the UBL offers more services for teaching staff? See our webpage for information on how to incorporate information literacy in your education, how to engage your students with our Special Collections, and to introduce them to source materials for use in your course.

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