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Library materials are put on reserve by instructors for specific classes. In general, materials must be used in the library for two hours at a time. Reserve materials are located at the main floor Circulation Desk.
To find reserve materials, use the Library Catalog.
Call the Circulation desk if you have any questions regarding materials on reserve or if you would like to have materials placed on reserve.
Reserve Policy and Procedures
What may be placed on Reserve
- Books from any of the Karrmann Library's collections
- Photocopied material in accordance with copyright laws.
- Personal items are accepted for Reserve; however, it is necessary for these items to have a barcode attached and a number assigned to them. These items are placed on Reserve at the owner's risk. The library is not responsible for the loss of or damage to the material.
How to place items on Reserve
- Bring items for Reserve to the Circulation Desk on the main floor of the library.
- Complete a Reserve form.
- Please give first and last name to avoid confusion.
- Include department, course name and number. Items cannot be processed without this information.
- Give date when item can be removed from Reserve. This is very important because it helps keep our Reserve collection current.
- Please give the library the exact title you give your students. Altering the title even slightly can cause delays in locating material.
Please allow for processing time when sending over material. Many items are received the first weeks of each semester, so it may take 4 or 5 days before everything gets processed. Requests are handled on a first come, first served basis within regular business hours. Throughout the rest of the semester, items are usually processed within the next two working days.
Most items on Reserve have a loan period of two hours during which the patron may use the material in the library. Reserve materials are not allowed to leave the building unless specified by the professor. If the professor wishes for a loan period other than the regular two hour period, they should specify that on the Reserve form.
E-reserves are not available. Instructors are encouraged to use D2L.
Textbooks are put on Reserve at the discretion of the Textbook Center located in Doudna Hall. When the supply of a current textbook runs low, the Textbook Center will place the last two copies on Reserve. Not all textbooks are forwarded to the library by the Textbook Center.
The library reserves the right to remove materials that have been inactive for two years.
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