Electronic Reserves is an extension of traditional library reserves and provides an avenue for students to access reserves material electronically through the Library Catalog.
Print materials such as class notes, exams, problem sets, and journal articles or book chapters which are subject to fair use principles in the copyright law, can be scanned by Library staff for E-Reserves.
Allow 4 weekdays for the Library to process the reserve materials before notifying your students. If there is a special need to have the items on reserve sooner, please talk to the reserves staff member.
(Note: At least one copy will always be kept in the Print Reserves whenever possible.)
Electronic Reserves material can be found, viewed, and printed through the Library Catalog. The student can search for the material by faculty name or by course number.
Electronic Reserves is an extension of traditional library reserves and is managed in accordance with fair use exclusions and the rights of copyright holders as embodied in the current copyright law. We will not place materials on electronic reserves without permission of the copyright holder if the nature, scope, or extent of copying exceeds the reasonable limits of fair use. See Copyright Guidelines.