Textbook Procedures and ProtocolsLast Update: February 19, 2014
- Textbook reserve items are acquired through loans, donations, and purchases. All materials
placed in our textbook reserve collection are processed to lengthen their shelf life.
Loans from faculty and departments are housed at will. The library has a very small
Textbook Reserve acquisitions budget. Purchases are made in accordance with our collection
- Click here if you would like to request the library purchase an item for the reserve collection.
(Note: we do not guarantee requested items will be purchased for our collection.)
- If you are a faculty member who would like to place an item in our Textbook Reserve
collection, please fill out this form and bring it and the book to the Circulation Desk of the library. Please allow at
least 24 hours for these items to be processed.
- All items are processed on a first come, first served basis. Due to the volume of
items we receive at the beginning of the semester, it is advised that you submit materials
as early as possible to ensure that they are available to your students when needed.
- Please see our Circulation Procedures and Protocols for details about fines.
Electronic Reserve (ERES) Guidelines for FacultyLast Update: February 21, 2014
- Submit reserve items in advance
- All items are processed on a first come first serve basis. Due to the volume of items
we receive at the beginning of the semester, it is advised that you submit your readings,
syllabi, and other course materials as early as possible to insure that they are available
to your students when needed.
- Make sure your copies are clean, clear and not double sided.
- All reserve items must have the original title page and copyright page.
- All items placed on electronic reserve must pass a Fair Use evaluation
- A reserve request form is required
- Submit a reserve request form per course with the item(s)
- All ERES pages are archived at the end of each semester.