Reserves

Forms

You can use these forms to place items on physical reserve and e-reserve through your Blackboard course. Please bring all materials along with the completed requested form to the Learning Commons desk when requesting materials be placed on reserve.

Physical Reserves Forms

  • Physical Reserves Request Form- fill out this form online, print it out, and bring it with the physical items (books, music scores, compact discs, DVDs, videos) that you want to place on reserve in the library. For more information, contact Evonne Lawrence.

E-Reserves Forms

  • Chapter(s) from a book – fill out this form online, print it out, and attach it to your photocopy. We scan the photocopy and place it in the Library Reserves section in your Blackboard course. If you prefer, you may bring the book to us rather than making your own photocopy. For more information, contact Laurie Phillips.
  • Article (hard copy) – fill out this form online, print it out, and attach it to your photocopy. We scan the photocopy and place it in the Library Reserves section in your Blackboard course. For more information, contact Laurie Phillips.
  • Article (online) - if the library has online access to the article you would like to use in your class, we link to the article from your Blackboard course rather than scanning it. Use this form to give us a citation to an online article. For more information, contact Laurie Phillips.
  • Ebook - if the library owns a book in electronic form, we can link to the book from your Blackboard course. Use this form to give us a citation to an ebook that the library owns (check here to find out what we own) or to request purchase of an ebook. For more information, contact Laurie Phillips.
  • Website or free e-text – if the material you would like to use in your course is freely available on the web, we can link directly to it from your Blackboard course. Use this form to give us the citation and URL. For more information, contact Laurie Phillips.
  • Streaming audio- use this form to request digitization of library-owned recordings or linking to online audio files. We will post links to the streaming audio in your Blackboard course. For more information, contact Phil Rollins or Adam Parker.
  • Streaming video – use this form to request online video through your Blackboard course. For more information, contact Phil Rollins or Adam Parker.