Electronic Course Reserve Faculty Guidelines
The library will use the following guidelines when placing items on electronic reserve:
- Materials will be placed on Electronic Reserve only at the request of the instructor.
- Materials submitted by the semester deadline will be ready for the first day of class. Those submitted after the deadline can take up to 2 weeks to process until about the 3rd week of class when the workload generally allows for 48 hour processing. Please plan accordingly.
- All materials will be processed in the order received.
- Materials submitted for electronic reserve can also be placed on print reserve at the Rod Library.
- Class notes that are added throughout the semester, will appear under one title then will be sub-listed by date, unit, or chapter as specified by the faculty member.
- Items on Electronic Reserve will not be available after the last day of the semester.
- Fair Use Guidelines of traditional print reserves also apply to electronic reserves.
- Electronic reserve systems should not include any material unless the instructor or the library possess a lawfully obtained copy.
- It is the instructor's responsibility to seek copyright permission when necessary and to provide a copy for the library to keep on file. Permissions currently on file do not apply to electronic reserves.
- The Electronic Course Reserves system allows links to web sites to be added to your reserve list. The library reserves the right to reject any link based on copyright restrictions.