Providing easy access to the library's electronic collection
Give students electronic access to course readings and cases
BIC Connects offers the following services:
- Create durable electronic links to assigned readings
- Insert durable links into syllabi and course pages in the Rotman portal
- The links will connect to full-text journal articles available electronically through U of T and provide students access to course material both on and off campus.
- For core courses, we can also provide electronic access to cases.
To have links added to your courses, please email your request along with your syllabus to BICConnects@rotman.utoronto.ca
Please allow 4 business days for us to complete the request.
To submit your syllabus
Email your syllabus with full citations* (including pages numbers, if applicable) to BICConnects@rotman.utoronto.ca as a Microsoft Word document, PDF, or rich text file. We also need:
• The course name and course code
• Your name and contact information
• The number of students in your course
• Which print items on your syllabus you’ve already scanned and which still need to be scanned
Please let us know if you want any books put on reserve.
*Due to the high volume of incomplete requests, we no longer accept requests without full citations.
Priority Service Dates
Submit your course reading list by the following dates to ensure priority processing for the beginning of the class start date. Instructors can continue to submit syllabi after this date. This material will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Summer 2018 Session 2: May 11, 2018
- Fall 2018: July 27, 2018
- Winter 2019: November 23, 2018
- Summer 2019 Session 1: March 22, 2019
- Summer 2019 Session 2: May 10, 2019
We will contact you about any copyright concerns in your syllabus and submit any items needed to the Scholarly Communications office to negotiate copyright clearance for items that exceed our current licences and fair dealing guidelines at no cost to you.
With respect to Canadian Copyright provisions, assigned articles that are not available electronically within the licensed University of Toronto Libraries collection may be scanned from a print resource. Digital files are edited to the best of our ability, but material will not be re-scanned. If you have an issue with a file, please notify us, but note that some quality issues may occur.