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Faculty Introduction: Reserves

Reserve Process

What are reserves?

Course Reserves function to help professors make certain items or texts available to students when they only need to read or use a section of a book. Due to their limited check-out time and Library Use only status, reserves allow more students the opportunity to access to a particular library item than normal checkout would allow (28 day initial checkout). Reserves can be Books, CD-ROMS, DVD’s, and electronic documents. 

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  • Comprised of physical and electronic materials.
  • Professors have two options to post electronic documents for classes: e-Learning (preferred method) or electronic reserves.


Reserve process

  • Library updates each individual course file.
  • An email is sent to all Faculty and AA’s with the date Reserve requests are due by.
  • Individual professors and their AA’s are emailed their individual course Excel files.
  • Excel files should be updated and emailed back by due date. Additional materials can be added to these sheets.


New Course Reserves

NEW COURSES: Use forms located on Library Website
http://cairn.libwizard.com/Reserve-request-form

  • Electronic Course material- Use this form when you are submitting a request for electronic documents to be placed on electronic reserve.
  • Print Course materials- Use this form for all other physical material request forms.

** For each item please provide all information requested on the form.**

 

For further questions email Laura Saloiye (lsaloiye@cairn.edu).

Reserve form

Requesting new materials

Reserve Requests

Please send the following information to Stephanie Kaceli (stephaniekaceli@cairn.edu) and copy Laura Saloiye (lsaloiye@cairn.edu).  This will ensure that the book is purchased and that it will be added to reserve after cataloging. 

  • Title and Author of item
  • ISBN if available
  • Course ID
  • Number of students in class