Electronic reserves are available over the Internet from the Library's homepage. Items placed on e-reserve may include a book chapter or journal article, a computer file, or Internet links. E-reserve course passwords restrict access to students enrolled in each class. You can easily link these readings to Angel, the course management system. When the Library is unable to secure copyright clearance for e-reserves, the item will be placed on print reserve.
Please e-mail your list of citations to Jennifer Galas at email@example.com (941-7804) to begin the process.
Articles and/or books should be turned in at the Circulation Desk along with a
completed Print Reserve Request Form. The form is also available at the Circulation Desk.
Use studies suggest that one copy is sufficient for the normal size class; unless specifically requested, we will place only one copy on print reserve and no more than three. Students may borrow the materials by asking for them (by call number) at the Circulation Desk.