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Placing Items on Reserve

Course Reserves are materials set aside for the use of your students for 2-hour, 4-hour, 1-day or 3-day loan periods. These may include your personal items or Teti library-owned items only and may be reserved for one semester or one school year.   Use the form below for Reserve Requests.

Please submit reserve requests at least 48 hours before the reserve is needed by students.

All reserve materials are removed from reserve status at the end of each semester unless the library is notified otherwise: the materials will be returned to their original non-reserve status and location.

 

Reserve Items Request Form

Please give a minimum of 48 hours to get materials placed on reserve.

 

Purchases for the Library Request Form

If the library does not have material you wish to put on Reserve, please complete this form, giving 4 weeks advanced notice.  Based on curricular needs and budget status these requests will be handled as highest priority.  Please note that textbooks are generally not acquired unless they are considered a seminal work within a field or are otherwise determined to be of long-lasting value.   Faculty are encouraged to put a personal copy on Reserve.

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