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Textbooks and eTextbooks: Faculty Information

TEMPORARILY CLOSED

                                                                                                                                                                   

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE LIBRARY'S RESERVE COLLECTION OF

PHYSICAL TEXTBOOKS  IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED!

 

        To locate digital resources or other circulating print materials, please contact a Librarian for additional help. We apologize for this inconvenience.

Is my textbook on Reserve?

 

You can find your textbook by searching our online catalog .  Be sure to search  by title, author, ISBN or Course Number to find the record. 

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Reserve


All material that is placed on Reserve must be in compliance with Federal Copyright law. It is the responsibility of the faculty member to obtain copyright permission when applicable. Material that is in violation of the copyright law may not remain on Reserve.

Placing a textbook on Reserve

To place a textbook on Reserve :

1.  Send the textbook to the Library along with your name, department and course information. 

2.  Please specify the status of the textbook:

If your textbook is a donation, the Library will process and catalog it.  We will also send a personalized acknowledgement letter. 

If the textbook is a personal copy and on loan to the Library, we will create a simple record for it and place it in the vertical file.  It will be returned to you at the end of the semester.