Reserves is a collection of high demand or specialized materials (including course textbooks) set aside from our regular collections. Users must ask for reserve items at the library's Information Desk.
Reserve material should be returned to a staff member at the Information Desk.
Reserve Services for Faculty
Instructors can ask for any item held by the library to be placed on reserve. They can also provide personal or department copies of resources for the reserve collection.
Reserves benefit students by ensuring that high demand readings are available to the maximum number of users. Reserves benefit instructors by providing control over materials and clear usage information.
Reserves Service can be reached at:
- Phone: 403.284.8411
- Email: email@example.com
Placing an Item on Reserve
New reserves will be available to students two business days after the material is received by the library. The following guidelines apply to all reserve requests:
- Material will be held in reserves for no more than 1 year.
- A maximum of three copies of work or title will be placed on reserve.
- Reference materials and Instructional DVDs cannot be placed in reserve
- The library is unable to restrict use to a particular class.
Faculty or academic departments that place their own materials in Reserves should also be aware that:
- The library is not responsible for loss or damage to reserve materials.
- Materials must be originals or have proper copyright/licensing clearance.
- The library may, at our discretion, refuse to place certain materials on reserve.
- Borrowing Materials
- Children in the Library
- Collection Development
- Community Room
- Courtesy Phone
- Contractor Privileges
- Distance Students
- Food and Drinks
- Instructional DVDs
- Interlibrary Loans
- Library Cards
- Noise in the Library
- Permitted Uses of e-Resources
- Study Rooms
- Use of Computers and Networks