Course Reserves for Classes
Placing course materials on reserve
First, fill out the Reserve Form below:
Then, work with Public Services Librarian Andrea Boothby Rice to complete the reserve process:
- If you want to place your personal hard copy of a book, DVD, CD, or other item on reserve, then deliver the item(s) to the circulation desk.
- To place a copy of book chapter(s) on reserve, please give the book, with chapter(s) marked, to Public Services Librarian Andrea Boothby Rice, firstname.lastname@example.org, who will scan or copy the appropriate chapter(s).
- If you want to place a copy of an article on reserve, provide: - a clear, good quality photocopy (1 page per photocopy) of the article, OR - a durable URL to an article in an electronic database, OR - a pdf copy of the article.
Please allow 72 business hours for processing (for both reserve and e-reserve requests), especially if scanning is required.
Important: Please be aware that we follow copyright guidelines strictly.
Reserve materials are supplemental materials required for a course; a wide variety of materials may be placed on reserve. These materials may be personal copies or library copies. Materials owned by other libraries may not be placed on reserve.
The library provides a controlled area behind the circulation desk for hardcopy materials and media, and loans them for designated time periods to students in a specific course.
The library provides an electronic reserve system through Canvas, the college’s course management system, which delivers scanned readings (articles or book chapters) to students in a particular course for reading and printing.
To add articles or book chapters to your Canvas course, fill out the Reserve Form above then Public Services Librarian Andrea Boothby Rice will add the materials to your Canvas course.
Please allow 72 business hours for processing, especially if scanning is required.