Instructional Materials for Course

Request to Create an Offprint

In order to enter a reserve offprint the teacher has to fill out a form that can be found in the Median-Reserve section or at the general circulation desk. The teacher must add the offprint to the completed form. It is important to fill out the form in full because the offprint will be

cataloged according to that information. Please place new material in the Reserve collection a month and a half before the beginning of the semester. It will enable us to have the materials on time. Requests to transfer offprints to the Reserve collection must comply with the rules of copyright. Students can retrieve a copy of offprint from the Electronic offprints and images database.

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Transfer book/s to Reserve Collection

A book will be transfered to the Reserve room according to the teacher's request. The teacher must fill out the appropriate form that can be found in the Median-Reserve desk or at the general circulation desk. There is no need to bring the book. All the book's copies will be transfered to the Reserve collections and will be circulated according to the loan period specified on the form.The loan period in the reserve section, are the same for the academic staff and for general readers.

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Private Books
If a book that is needed for the course's compulsory reading, can not be found in the library, the teacher can leave his/her private copy. 
The private books are kept at the Median-Reserve desk and handed to students only in return for their student card.The library is not responsible for the loss or damage of these books.


Upload Movies & Pictures for Courses

Incorporating movies in the "Course Reserves" system

You may incorporate movies and audio files into courses and make them accessible from home using the "Course Reserves" system. Please send the required files two weeks in advance. For details, please contact Ms. Einat Ritz-Nagli, Tel: 04-8249129, internal: 3129 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Ordering new films for the library collection

Movies can be ordered for courses and / or for research in all areas, including: films, documentaries, educational films and plays. The films are then included in the library collection and are offered for loan in accordance with tour loan procedures. For reservations, please contact Ms. Einat Ritz-Nageli. Phone: 04-8249129 Internal: 3129 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Ordering films for class screening (faculty and students)
Please call them at the Media Desk at: 04-8249128 Internal: 3128 to pre order films to be screened in class


Digital Video Editing

Faculty and students may edit videos from video tapes and DVDs for classroom instruction and classroom viewing (not for private purposes). Instructions for use appear near the editing machine. Copyright law must be obeyed and short sections should be used fairly.


Request a Specialized Library Instruction for a Course

The library conduct specialized training, designed for specific courses, planned and scheduled in coordination with members of our teaching staff. If you would like such a session prepared for your students, please contact Ms. Carmon Michal , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. tel. 04-8249037 internal: 3037.


Creating Information Literacy Courses

The library now offers the creation of online Information Literacy courses designed to instill basic literacy content and skills essential for students such as: searching and locating information sources and selecting appropriate databases for advanced courses.

Course creation is coordinated with the specific department or faculty and combines designated and unique content instruction, such as: academic article analysis, writing and submission of assignments and seminar papers, and specific citation rules.

If you are interested in learning more, we would be happy to meet with you, present the courses we have created, and discuss ways to modify them to fit your special academic needs. Such a course can serve as a platform for the creation of similar courses and may contribute to instruction resource conservation.

For more information please contact Orna Rosh, Head of Reference Services at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone: 04-8249035

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