Information for Faculty
- Instructors may submit requests to place required materials on Reserve for their courses. Optional materials may be processed as time permits.
- Requests may be submitted via email, phone, mail, or in person and must include the instructor's name, course number, and quarter designation.
- Requests should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the dates needed.
- All physical and electronic materials are removed at the end of each quarter. Reserves staff should be notified before the end of the current quarter to update lists and retain material for the upcoming quarter.
Materials such as articles, book chapters, and syllabi may be made available through e-reserves (ERes) or Canvas.
- Instructors are responsible for copyright compliance. If material is not licensed electronically, reserve use without permission from the copyright owner is generally limited to a single chapter or article. Copyright permissions for items that do not fall under Fair Use must be obtained by the instructor before they are processed.
- Reserves Copyright Policy
- Step-by-Step Guide to Copyright Compliance
- Reserves FAQ
- Copyright Resource Guide
- Personal or library books should be submitted to the Reserves Office for processing book chapters. Copyright pages for book chapters and journal articles must be included if photocopies or PDFs are provided.
- Full citations, links, or files may be submitted for full-text articles.
- Electronic books typically cannot be placed on Reserve due to various licensing restrictions, If you have questions about using an ebook for a class, please contact your subject librarian or Ask Us.
- Streaming Media Pilot information and request form.
Books, media, and other materials owned by the UW Libraries or the instructor may be placed on physical Reserve.
- Titles and call number information from the UW Libraries Search catalog should be provided.
- Materials from other libraries, including those borrowed through Interlibrary Loan or Summit, may not be placed on Reserve.
- Books and media materials not owned by the UW Libraries may be ordered through the appropriate subject librarian. New orders may take six to ten weeks to arrive; please allow sufficient time for processing.
- Reserve loan periods for books: 2, 4, 24, and 72 hours. Reserves staff may assign shorter loan periods to materials in high demand.
- Reserve loan periods for media: 3 or 7 days for faculty checkout depending upon whether the item is on Reserve for one or more courses; 4-hour library use only for student checkout; 4-hour loan for faculty checkout if the media Reserve is not on Reserve for your course.
- Contact Reserves staff if you are interested in booking a media Reserve for a class screening. Booking media Reserves for classroom use further ensures the item will be available on the day you intend to use it.
Student work is protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. Student work must be submitted with signed written permission before they can be placed on Reserve.
- No renewals.
- Faculty members may return Reserve materials to the Information Commons Desk for an additional checkout if items are needed longer.
Instructors are responsible for fines accrued on overdue Reserve materials.
Campus Library Reserves
Mary Yutani, Reserves Supervisor
Bryce Figueroa, Reserves Lead
Kayla Johnson, Reserves Technician
UWB/CC Campus Library, LB1-311
Office hours: M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm