In 2018, use of the Library’s course reserves system was in decline. Faculty and instructors were increasingly bypassing what they considered to be a slow and cumbersome process, choosing instead to share their assigned readings directly through the university’s course management system. Expediency came at the sake of quality, however, as scans were often made with little consideration for accessibility or the overall student experience. The Library also wanted to provide better support for instructors who were learning how to appropriately apply copyright guidelines when sharing materials. This led to the creation of the Syllabus Service, a streamlined submission process that would encourage instructors to continue using course reserves, saving them time while allowing Library staff to proactively support copyright and accessibility standards. This presentation will review the development of the service and the procedures for submitting requests, processing reserve materials, applying copyright guidelines, and producing scanned PDFs with improved accessibility. It will also discuss the relationship between the Access Services department and the Copyright Office, and how this partnership has been leveraged to ease the workload on reserves staff while also improving copyright support for faculty and instructors.