The preferred method for placing items on reserve is through D2L. However, exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.
The major exceptions are generally whole or substantial portions of monographs or media owned by the library or instructor.
In accordance with the Copyright Policy of the University Libraries, the library will place single or multiple copies of copyrighted materials from the library collection on Physical Reserve in the library under the following conditions:
Instructors wishing to place an item on Physical Reserve must fill out the online form. Please allow two business days for items to be processed and ready for check-out.
To borrow a Physical Reserve item, a student must present his/her USD ID and the call number of the item at the Circulation Desk. The call number can be found in the red binder located at the Circulation Desk.
When using Reserve items in the library, please keep in mind that:
The borrower is responsible for returning Physical Reserve materials to the Circulation Desk within the time frame of the loan.
Physical Course Reserves are administered from and located at the Circulation Desk. Materials placed on Physical Course Reserves can be identified by using the library's online catalog or through use of the Print Reserve binder (red three ring notebook) located at the Circulation Desk. Each reserve item is identified by a call number which is needed for the Circulation staff to retrieve it. Physical Course Reserves have restricted loan periods which provide all members of the class the opportunity to use the materials. Loan periods are limited to the following categories: