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Placing Print Books on Reserve
To place an item on reserve, faculty need to fill out the online form below. (This form is also available in a format that will work on your mobile device; scan the QR code for access.)
Please follow these guidelines:
- Complete a separate course reserve form for each class.
- Only library-owned circulating material and professor-owned "desk" copies can be placed on reserve.
- If you are placing your own desk copy on reserve:
- You will need to bring your personal copies to the library circulation desk and let us know the appropriate class.
- The item will be permanently modified with library stickers, stamps, barcodes, and other security measures.
- Please allow two business days for reserves to be processed.
- Articles and other short readings are best placed on reserve in Canvas.
For more information on copyright and fair use as it relates to reserves, see the "Copyright Resources" tab above. Please contact the library staff with any questions email@example.com.
Course Reserve Request Form
Open Access / Open Education Resources
As you consider what texts you may want to put on reserve, please also consider what "open access" resources or "open education resources" you can incorporate into your curriculum! There is a continually growing body of peer-reviewed scholarly and pedagogical resources that are completely free for you and your students to use. Take a look at some of the OA/OER resources linked below, or consult the Open Access library guide.
- Call 714-966-6382
- Stop by a Librarian's Office
- Submit an Ask-A-Librarian Question Form for an email reply HERE
- Instant message with LibChat (below)