Course Reserves are supplementary materials that faculty make available to their students in the library and online. Examples of course materials that may be available for the rest of the spring semester include e-books, book chapters, journal articles, homework assignments, case studies, etc. Materials placed on reserve must be in accordance with copyright law and fair use. Course reserve materials may require copyright permission for use in subsequent semesters. All materials placed on course reserves (electronic or media materials) will be available for use by library users for the current semester only.
The Library’s e-reserves service offers electronic access to class reading materials (journal articles, book chapters, videos, etc.) through the library’s online catalog. Students are able to access the readings from any computer capable of accessing the network. Materials submitted for e-reserves must comply with copyright guidelines