Can I also make e-books available in digital course reserves?
You can provide e-books and articles offered by the library electronically directly in Moodle as course material using "Link / URL" – you do not need to order this via the digital course reserve service.
Keep in mind that students are often not on campus when they want to access materials. You can define a link that simply allows students access via eAccess. If you want, for example, to provide the URL for the eBook http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-01135-1, then enter https://eaccess.ub.tum.de/login?url=http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-... in Moodle.
Also, please make sure you use a persistent link. The links that are stored in the online catalogue OPAC are best. Right-click on the button "full text" and select "Copy Link Location". Alternatively, you can also use the link to the data in the online catalogue, the so-called Permalink, which you can create using the corresponding button.
The digital course reserve does not appear in the SFX menu – what should I do?
There may be various reasons for this; in such cases, we establish whether or not it is still possible to save your document in the digital reserve collection. Register stating the title you want to order, at email@example.com.