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Please fill out the course reserve request form completely and submit it at least 2 weeks prior to the date the material is needed for use. There is limited staff in the building due to COVID-19, our turn around time on reserves requests is expected to be slower then usual. Additionally, due to limitations on staff and library hours, we will not be providing print reserves at this time. Below is the list of eReserves options that are available.
Reserves are materials and resources that professors have identified to use for a class. They can be either print or electronic.
Please use the Course Reserve Form for requesting items to be placed on reserve; both for items in the collection and those that need to be purchased.
Streaming Media Form: Complete only when requesting to have a DVD/VHS digitized for streaming into your Canvas course.
Reserve requests should be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the date the material is needed for use.
Additional items can be put on reserve anytime during the semester but should be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the date the material is needed for use
Questions or concerns may be addressed to Pamela Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org) in User Services or Stephen McMinn (email@example.com) Director of Collections and Scholarly Communications.
Reserve requests should be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the date the material is needed for use to ensure the Library has adequate time to process your request.
We encourage you to submit reserve requests as soon as possible to ensure that material is available to students when they need it.
However, there are a few exceptions:
Due to copyright restrictions we can only scan 10% or one chapter of a book (depending on the work), or 1 article from a journal issue unless linked to items in the Library Collection. Materials that exceed these limitations can be placed on print reserve at the library.
For detailed information, please see our Guidelines and Procedures for Copyright Compliance in the Use of Library Materials for Course Reserves