Reserves @ Bass Library
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SUBMITTING COURSE LISTS[consult our reserves request guidelines]
- The syllabus or reading list must be in Microsoft Word format.
- Please highlight requested items.
- Once complete, the syllabus or reading list will be returned with the e-reserve links embedded in the document.
- Please provide the estimated size of the class.
In exceptional circumstances, materials may be requested for expedited processing for print reserve. Please click here to place a priority print reserve request.
***If preferred, paper course reserve request forms may be picked up in the Bass Library Reserves Office during normal business hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Completed forms may also be submitted during these times.***
Electronic reserves offer faculty the option of providing electronic access to library content, delivered over classes*v2.
E-Reserve readings will be supplied to faculty as linked documents that can be loaded into classes*v2.
JOURNAL ARTICLES: Journal articles may be placed on e-reserve. Licensed full-text resources will be used whenever possible. Copyright guidelines will be applied.
BOOK CHAPTERS / SELECTIONS: Chapters or selections from a single book or monograph may be placed on e-reserve. Copyright guidelines will be applied.
The Bass Library houses its print reserves interfiled with its general collection. Materials already owned by the Bass Library will be updated to reflect their inclusion in a print reserve list. Click here for detailed information on loan periods for print reserves. Other types of materials that can be placed on print reserve include:
NEW BOOKS: If the library does not own a book that you wish to place on reserve, please use the Course Reserves Purchase Request Form.
PERSONAL COPIES: Providing personal copies before classes start will allow sufficient time for processing. When the personal material does not accompany the list please indicate "to be supplied" on the form.
AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Audiovisual materials used in conjunction with course work may be placed on reserve. Please make arrangements in advance of assignment dates and confirm that the equipment in Bass will accomodate your needs.