The Library provides resources and services to support and collaborate with faculty in instruction, research, and resource development. Some of the fundamental services we offer faculty are teaching information literacy, providing course reserves, and research help.
The Library supports reserve materials in electronic and physical format. If you have a resource (video, book chapter, etc.) that you would like your students to have access to, you can do so by filling out our E-reserves request form or our Print Course Reserves form. To do so, please visit the Course Reserves for Faculty page. The Library will upload the source material to our E-reserves or Print Course Reserves.
The material may belong to the library or to the instructor and will be made available to students according to the information indicated by the instructor on the form. Instructors are responsible for insuring that reserve materials comply with copyright law (check out our Copyright guide for more information). 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.
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Stockton Campus Librarian
If you have any questions regarding research, course reserves, library instruction, or library services, please contact your Stockton Campus Librarian at email@example.com.