Placing Items on Reserve for Students

Placing Items on Reserve for Students

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St. Paul Reserves

Contact:

St. Paul
Barbara Klug: 651.690.6654 | baklug@stkate.edu

Minneapolis
Sue Gray: 651.690.7898 | sagray@stkate.edu

Media Reserves (DVDs, videos, audio)

Minneapolis Reserves

In addition to completing the online reserves request form (above), please provide the following:

  • Copy of the item you wish to place on reserve (book or high-quality, single-sided photocopy of an article or book chapter). If you are making a book request, you may have either the St. Kate's Library's copy of the book placed on reserve or your own personal copy. We cannot place another library's book on reserve.
  • Copy of the course syllabus. This is used to assist students who are unclear about reserve readings.

Please note:

  • To prevent confusion, make sure the article or book title given to the library staff corresponds to the one given to students.
  • Allow at least 3 working days for your reserve items to be processed and made available for student use.
  • Verifying copyright coverage or obtaining copyright permission and paying for copyright fees for course reserves is the responsibility of the instructor or department.

About Print (book) Reserves:

  • Books, book chapters and copies of journal articles may be placed on course reserve.
  • Shelved behind the Library circulation desk.
  • Check out is 2-3 hours at a time, although an instructor can specify 24-hour, 48-hour, or 7-day loan periods.
  • If you are making a book request, you may have either the St. Catherine University Library's copy of the book placed on reserve or your own personal copy.

About Electronic Reserves:

PDF files may be made available to students via CLICnet

  • To place an item on e-reserve, be sure to provide a high-quality, unstapled copy
  • Large files (ie many pages) may take longer to download

D2L and Reserves:

  • As an alternative to reserves, you may link directly to materials in the library's databases via D2L.
  • This method is copyright-free.
  • Allows students to access articles and e-books from within course management system.
  • About Linking to Library Resources in D2L