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Course Reserves - Information for faculty: Course Reserves - Information for faculty

Course Reserves - Information for faculty

Information for Instructors

Course materials are placed on reserve at the request of instructors, who are responsible for insuring that reserve materials comply with copyright law. Types of materials that can be placed on reserve include resources from the Stan State Library collection and materials owned and provided by the instructor (copies made in accordance with copyright law will be accepted as well). The Library is not able to place on reserve materials borrowed from another library or obtained through rental for personal use.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)  

Physical Reserves will not be accepted for Spring or Summer 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Steps for Placing Materials on Electronic Reserves

1. Complete an Electronic Reserves Request Form (PDF) for course materials in electronic format (Download file and open in Adobe).

A separate form should be used for each course. 

2. Submit completed Electronic Reserves Request Form via email to

Attach e-reserve files to the same email along with the request form.

3. Allow one to two weeks for processing reserve materials. Reserve requests are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

4. E-reserves are automatically removed from the website at the end of each semester. PDF files provided by faculty will be destroyed or returned to faculty as requested. 

Questions? Problems?

Contact the Circulation Desk by phone: 209-667-3234, or email: