Overview: Canvas is the University of Chicago's learning management system platform. The Library can supply links to articles, cases, or other readings from databases licensed by the Library. Send a copy of your syllabus to Connie Fleischer for assistance.
Training: Training is available for Canvas through the main Library (see the Academic Technologies Calendar for dates and times) and by D'Angelo reference staff. For Canvas questions, contact Connie Fleischer.
Copyright: D'Angelo recommends using links to licensed databases instead of posting PDF files when possible. Please request links through FacultyWeb or by emailing Connie Fleischer. We can also review your syllabus for copyright issues and provide advice on obtaining copyright permissions when appropriate.
Textbook orders are handled by the Registrar's Office; assistance with course reserves and Canvas course webpages is handled by D'Angelo. You will receive a Teaching Preferences form from the Registrar's Office asking you whether you wish to place items on reserve, and preferences for posting of old exams on the Exams webpage (see below).
For questions about reserves, contact Darrin Rosenthal, Head of Access Services.
Research Guides: D'Angelo staff will create course-specific research guides on request. For example, see the Comparative Criminal Procedure guide.
Research Presentations: Reference librarians are available for research presentations in class and to consult with your students regarding research or library resources. Contact Todd Ito or Scott Vanderlin to arrange research presentations or discuss custom library instruction.
Unless you advise us otherwise, your past exams will be posted on the D'Angelo Law Library Exams webpage, along with the top 2 or 3 student answers and any faculty memos you submit to us through the Registrar's Office. Please check your course's exam postings for accuracy at the beginning of each quarter.