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COURSE RESERVES

You may place your own personal materials on reserve or request items from the Libraries’ print or media collection to be placed on reserve for your students to use for a limited loan period. You must submit requests at least two days in advance of scheduled use to allow for sufficient processing time. Request forms are available at either the Utica or Rome Circulation Desks and online.

Textbook Reserve Policy — Student editions of textbooks required for courses will be placed on reserve at the request of the instructor. Textbooks which are desk or review copies or instructor’s editions must include the written permission of the publisher authorizing the library to place the books on reserve, in accordance with the First Sale Doctrine (see: http://www.copyright.com/content/cc3/en/toolbar/education/get-the-facts/exceptions_and_limitations.html — scroll down to the bottom of the page).

The Libraries abide by the Copyright Law and only place one copy of an article on Reserve under “Fair Use”. It is the faculty member’s responsibility to initiate copyright clearance if multiple copies are to be placed on Reserve. For questions on copyright and “fair use,” see the Copyright and Plagiarism LibGuide or contact Colleen Kehoe-Robinson at x5737.

    • If you place materials on reserve at the library, please be sure to let us know when they can be removed. smile

Finding course reserves in the online catalog: In our online catalog, click on Reserves in the upper left-hand corner of the gray bar at the top of the screen. You can search by course number, instructor's name, course name, author, title, or department name.

QUESTIONS ABOUT COURSE RESERVES? CONTACT AIKO KANE AT x5669.

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