Any faculty or instructors interested in using the One-Stop Course Reading Service for the 2016 Fall term should submit their course reading requests by August 12, 2016. After that, requests will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Online: The Library’s E-Reserve service provides course reading support via D2L Brightspace. To order readings, instructors can use the e-reserve request form inside their D2L course OR send a reading list with full citations and the needed by dates to email@example.com. Please review instructions on Placing items on Reserve.
Print: If you prefer print, order print course packs sold at the Campus Store OR place course readings in the Print Reserve collection at the Library. If you order print course packs from copy shops other than the Bookstore, only use approved vendors.
Reminder: Permissions are required for material that exceeds 10% of a work or one chapter (whichever is larger). Permission needs to be requested each term the material is being used through firstname.lastname@example.org.