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Copyright permission is required to place a print chapter, article, chart, graph, and/or image on reserve in the library. The library will process the copyright permission request with complete citation information for each item being requested. There are no deadlines for placing personal items, such as lecture notes, on reserve.
Deadlines for requesting reserves of book chapters and articles that require copyright permission are:
2nd week of October
2nd week of December
2nd week of March
2nd week of June
Traditional (print) reserves
Traditional reserves are in paper format. Copyright permission is not required the first time you place an item on traditional reserve.
Copyright permission is required for any subsequent requests to place the same item on reserve.
Electronic reserves are accessible online and are used for electronic materials for which the library does not already have access through one of our databases or eBook collections. Copyright permission is always required for electronic reserves of materials we do not already own or license.
To determine if the library already has access to an electronic item, try one of the following:
Search the Periodicals & Journals locator for the publication title and full text access if the article title is not found through RVOneSearch
Contact your liaison librarian for assistance with determining if we have access to an electronic item
If the library does not already have access to the item, follow the steps to request Course Reserves.
Steps for requesting Course Reserves
Submit the item to be placed on reserve to Chad Peters (x8224) in the library or use the appropriate online form linked below, indicating if you would like a traditional or electronic reserve, or both. Please include the course name and section number.