Faculty may put print, DVD, or electronic materials on reserve for student use. If you wish to place materials on reserve, you have three options:
An entire bound book:
A photocopy or electronic file of:
When your course reserve is ready, a library staff person will contact you via e-mail. Please do not assign readings from your course reserve until you receive this notification!
Yes, but traditional reserves only. At the end of the semester, you will be e-mailed about your preferences for item renewal or retrieval. Please respond to this e-mail as soon as possible so that your items can be renewed quickly for the next semester.
Due to copyright restrictions, most materials on electronic reserve cannot be renewed for a subsequent semester without the instructor obtaining copyright permission. One exception: Materials created by the instructor for course instruction.
All electronic reserves are password-protected and limited to students in a single course. You will need to provide this password to your students; library staff does not provide passwords to students. Passwords should be at least 5 letters and/or numbers and can be case-sensitive. Avoid using the course abbreviation or number.
This form is required by the University System of Georgia and is intended to help you determine if the material you are submitting for reserve weighs for or against Fair Use.
Please Note: The Kaufman Library reserves the right to refuse any course reserve request that infringes on Fair Use (constitutes more than 10% of the work, etc.)