Just as with traditional print reserves, copyright and Fair Use are important considerations.
How will my students access Electronic Reserves?
What is Fair Use and how can I determine whether an item is within Fair Use?
How can permission for materials that go beyond Fair Use... more
Institutional Repository for faculty, student, and university publications.
Examples of Institutional Repository Permissions for Published Journal Articles
Company of Biologists (e.g. Journal of Cell Science) - Final author's manuscript o.k. (but not the published PDF version... more
Information about scholarly open-access publishing, including an overview of different models of making scholarly journal articles freely available online. Available at: http://libguides.csustan.edu/openaccess
Overview: Presentations for March 20, 2012 (L240)
Library Budget (PowerPoint)
Review Process & Library Journal Collections (PowerPoint)
Electronic Journals by College (access to 10,000 continuing titles from collections and individual subscriptions... more
Information for Instructors
The University Library maintains a small print Reserves Collection to make course-related publications available to students through short-term loans. The collection is physically located behind the Circulation Desk. Materials are placed on reserve at the request of... more