Faculty may place materials on reserve for 2 hours, 24 hours, 3 days or 1 week. Syllabi, lecture notes, tests, periodical articles, book chapters, and some other materials may be placed on electronic reserve. Books, audiovisual materials and other items may be placed on traditional reserve. Faculty members are responsible for bibliographic information and copyright permissions. Materials submitted for class reserve take a minimum of 3 working days to process from the time received.
The library has established a copyright and fair use policy for electronic reserve materials. To view the policy, go to our Copyright Guide. All materials requested to be put on electronic reserve must comply with this policy.
You must write citation information on each photocopied item you submit for either traditional or electronic reserve. Books: author, title, publisher, date of publication, page numbers. Journal articles: journal title, volume, issue, date, page numbers.
Include complete citations for photocopied materials for copyright purposes.
Attach copies of any copyright permissions you have obtained.
Bring or email the Scanned item form, print materials and/or electronic files (e.g., disks) to the Circulation Desk, located on the main floor of the library or email the form and material to email@example.com.