- Course reserve are located through the library catalogue reserve link: Course Reserves. Use either your course name or your instructor's name to search.
- Print reserves are located behind the Checkout counter. You will need the call number or title of the item in order for staff to locate your item.
- Loan periods are different depending on the item.
- Course Reserves cannot be renewed.
Placing Items on Reserve (Faculty)
You can submit material to be placed on reserve using the Online Reserve Request Form. Please note that at peak periods, it can take 2-3 weeks for material to be added to the reserve collection. Please review our Guide for Placing Material on Reserve for more information.
There are 2 types of e-reserves:
1. Link to full text articles within our research databases
Through our electronic reserve service, you can permanently link to specific articles from your web page or from your course reserve area on our catalogue! The articles would be available to your students from any computer with an Internet connection. You have options:
i) Let the Library do it for you:
The advantage: the library does the linking for you and will ensure the link is kept updated. You need to tell us which course the reserve is for, and which article. The on-line article will be available through our catalogue in a list with your other reserve materials.
ii) Manage it yourself:
Link to the article directly from your Moodle Course site. The advantage: you will be able to set up the access, therefore you can change the article, or add more articles, without involving the library. If you need the article link active immediately - you now have the option to do it yourself. The link would also be a direct link to the article rather than having to go through our catalogue.
Material can be scanned and made available through the Library's E-Reserve system. This material must be either copyright free or copyright cleared. These types of materials include:
- Material for which you are the author/creator, including class and lecture notes, sample tests etc.
- Material for which written copyright permission has been obtained from the author/creator.
- Instructions for Placing Scanned Material on E-Reserve.