Professor generated materials, sample exams or quizzes, homework solutions, and etc.
Library owned books.
Copies of selected journal or newspaper articles, chapter readings, and etc.
Guidelines for Placing Materials on Reserve
We cannot put books from other libraries on Reserve.
We will make copies for Reserve use. You must provide full citations of articles to be copied.
We will pull books from the stacks to go on Reserve. You must provide IDS with a list of items needed.
You cannot put library owned magazines or newspapers on reserve for class use.
We cannot put an entire book on Electronic Reserve without written permission from the copyright holder.
Materials placed on both Electronic & Traditional formats will be limited to one copy for Traditional Reserve use.
Reference books may be put on Traditional Reserve only with the permission of the Reference Librarian in charge of that book's subject area.
How to Place Materials on Reserve
Please bring in materials to go on Reserve well in advance of student's need for them. Materials are processed in the order they are submitted to the desk. Our goal is to process materials in 24-72 hours but at the quarter starting peak, the material may take longer to be made available.
There are severals ways to submitt your materials to Reserve:
1. Print the To Go On Reserve Form out and bring the completed form along with your materials to the Circulation desk for Reserve processing
2. Submit the materials by electronic mail to Wallace Library Reserve Desk (you may "attach" course files to your e-mail or embed text files in the body of the message) your name, e-mail address, homepage URL (if you have one), course name & number, electronic course resources (links(URL's) &/or files), and date to delete the files/links.
3. Fax materials to E-Reserve. Fax the materials along with a cover page outlining any special instruction you have for us to 585-475-6490.
Removing Material from Reserve:
Items may be removed from Reserve at any time by stopping at the desk and completing the Reserve Deletions Form, e-mailing requests (firstname.lastname@example.org) or calling in requests (585-475-2560) to have the materials interoffice mailed to you. Each year, an inventory listing will be sent to individuals with items on reserve as a reminder for our year end clean-up.
Copyright Policies for Traditional Reserve:
In order to adhere to the copyright law the Reserve Desk follows the following guidelines:
No more than six (6) copies of a copyrighted article may be kept at reserve.
Copies of an article may not remain on reserve for more than four (4) consecutive quarters.
All copied materials should contain a complete citation and notice of copyright.
The number of copies of a monograph placed on reserve should not exceed 10% of the number of students in the class.
*If you wish to keep copyrighted materials on reserve for more than four (4) consecutive quarters of continuous use, you must provide proof of permission from the copyright holder.