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MacMillan Library Hours (November 15, 2020 - November 30, 2020)
Monday - Thursday: Closed
Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9am - Noon
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Monday - Friday: Closed
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Have something checked out from us?
And need to return it but you haven't been cleared to return to campus or are not in the Atlanta area? Please see our Returning Library Materials guidelines for additional information.
If you are graduating in December, please return all library materials by December 1st. If you are not in the Atlanta area, see Returning Library Materials guidelines for instructions for self-shipping your library items.
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Research Services will continue to operate as normal, Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.
Please continue to use the Faculty Request System to submit document delivery requests.
Please continue to use the Faculty Request System to submit research requests.
Want help using the digitized portion of the Emory Law Archives? Email Erin Grimes, Law Librarian for Archives and Research Services.
To submit copyrighted material for Course Reserves, please continue to use the Faculty Request System here.
Where eBooks are not available, faculty may consider posting some of the course reading to Emory's Course Reserves System. Copyright issues are still a factor to consider when posting copyrighted materials and, as a rule of thumb, only 10% of a published work is considered "fair use for educational purposes" in copyright situations. Emory University has many options for posting copyrighted material if that material exceeds 10% of the published work. In order to take advantage of these options, copyrighted material MUST be posted in the Course Reserves Systems and linked to Canvas rather than loading content onto Canvas directly. By using the Course Reserves System, Emory University can obtain appropriate copyright clearance as well as track the number of students actually accessing the content.
When considering which materials to submit to the Course Reserves System, we ask that you consider only posting materials in one- or two-week increments until the end of the semester so (1) we can efficiently process and obtain copyright clearance for eminent classes, and (2) to further strengthen the "fair use" argument that this short-term stop gap is not suitable substitution for students buying the textbooks as normal.
If you have any questions at all, the best way to hear from the library is still to use the Faculty Request System.
Be prepared: Libraries & Information Technology offers multiple workshops related to remote teaching, such as Zoom Practice Session, Canvas Essentials for Remote Teaching and Canvas Quiz Tool. See the training calendar to register for a session that fits your needs.
OPUS - Emory University's student records system.
Canvas - Emory University's learning management system.
Zoom - Emory University's video conferencing service.
Emory University's version of Zoom has been upgraded to support up to 300 users per Zoom meeting. Corky Gallo (Emory Law IT) has prepared this short how-to video (5:25) for reference: How to Record a Lecture using Zoom.
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