To find materials on Course Reserves, search by Professor or Course Name.
All reserves are located at the Circulation Desk near the front of the Library. You will need to bring a student or photo I.D. to check out library materials.
Course Reserves are course-related materials that have your professors have made available through the Library. Items that may be placed on Course Reserves include: books, book chapters, journal articles, CDs, DVDs, lecture notes, etc. In order to ensure that students in a class may access materials, loan periods will vary depending on the type of item.
You may only check out up to 3 hourly reserves items and 3 overnight/multi-day reserve items at one time. Please review your date due slip and return Course Reserves promptly.
|Reserve Type||Due Back||Renewals||Overdue Fines|
|2 Hour||2 hours from checkout||None||$0.50 per hour|
|3 Hour||3 hours from checkout||None||$0.50 per hour|
|Overnight||1 hour after the Library opens the next day||None||$0.50 per hour|
|3 day||Any time before closing 2 days later||None||$2 per day|
|7 day||Any time before closing 1 week later||None||$2 per day|
Placing Items on Reserve (for instructors)
Please review the following policies before completing the Course Reserve Request Form (printable pdf) and return to the Circulation Desk at the Jung-Kellogg Library or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Provide the call number for any item placed on reserve from MBU’s collection. Photocopies and other items provided by the instructor should be noted as Personal Copy.
• Photocopied chapters and articles should only be used one semester under “fair use.” To use multiple items, you need to have permission from the publisher. When photocopying from a book no more than 10% of the book is allowed. When photocopying from a journal, only one article is allowed per issue. The instructor must sign the reserve form themselves, since permission to use the material was given to them. Keep copyright permission letters handy in case any questions surface regarding the reserve material.
• Videos and sound recordings may be placed on reserve. Listening and viewing stations are available in the Library.
• Materials (other than photocopies) received through MOBIUS or Interlibrary Loan cannot be placed on reserve.