The library maintains a collection of Course Reserves materials to support faculty members’ instructional requirements for specific courses.
Please complete form, attach PDFs or Word documents, as needed, and submit electronically.
Option 1: Download this form, complete it, print it and bring to the library with physical items.
Option 2: Print this form, complete it, and bring to the library with physical items.
Option 3: Download this form, complete it, and email it to email@example.com (with e-reserve files attached if appropriate).
Types of Course Reserves:
- Electronic reserves (e-reserves), such as journal articles, readings, and book chapters, can be accessed online from the course reserves section of the library catalog.
- Print and other physical reserve items, such as books and DVDs may be faculty-owned or from the library. Textbooks can also be placed on reserve, but they must be faculty-owned since the library does not buy textbooks.
If you have any questions, please contact: