Course Reserves

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About Course Reserves

Course Reserves refer to items which have been selected by faculty members to supplement specific courses.

Physical Reserves - Students

Physical reserve items at the TDRL are located behind the TDRL service desk. Please ask a staff member for access.

Items can include library owned materials or items belonging to faculty members. Check out periods for reserve items are 2 hours. 24 hours, 3 days or 7 days (check out periods are decided by faculty members).

Electronic Reserves - Students

As of Spring 2015, electronic reserves are found exclusively through WebCampus. Please login to WebCampus and check your course page, or follow up with your instructor.

Physical Reserves - Faculty

Faculty members need to fill out a Reserves Release Form and bring the completed form to the TDRL service desk; Reserve Release Forms need to be filled out each semester regardless of whether items were on reserve or courses were taught prior semesters.

Faculty members need to provide all non-library owned items to be placed on physical reserve.

Reserve items are typically processed within 48 hours, but during peak periods such as the beginning of the semester, processing could take longer. Recalled items can take an additional 2-3 weeks to receive and process.

Items are removed from the TDRL Reserves Collection at the end of each semester.

For questions about TDRL physical reserves, please contact Debbi McCracken (702-895-2186)

Putting Items on Reserve (FAQ)

Copyright Questions for Reserve Material

Reserve Information and Release Form

Reserves Policies

Electronic Reserves Instructions - Faculty

Electronic Reserves are done exclusively within WebCampus. If you need assistance with adding electronic reserves to your WebCampus course, please contact Stormye Hendrix, Reserves Coordinator (702-895-2062) at Lied Library. The TDRL does not process electronic reserves.