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Faculty Services

Placing books on reserve

Fill out the reserve request form online.

You may also email Circulation at and be sure to include the course name, number and instructor.

Lists may take up to two weeks to be processed. Lists with items that the library does not own will take longer.

See the copyright policies for reserve items.


The library cannot place electronic items on reserve for you. We recommend that electronic items that you wish to place on reserve be loaded into Moodle or online course management system.

Many of the library's articles are available full-text in the databases. See instructions on how to add links to these articles.

If you need help scanning book chapters or articles, the library can scan up to five items per class. Beyond that, we ask that you have an assistant do the scanning. For more information, contact Circulation at

If you need help with Moodle, talk to Chris MIller at or your Student Assistant or the Dean's Office.