To submit reserve items download, complete, and send in the Reserve List Form. Please call the reserve library assistant 715-425-3321 if you have questions or need assistance.
Reserve staff will retrieve books from the circulating collection for you. Complete the form, supplying the location, author, title and call number. If a particular edition is needed, note the number after the title. Reference books may not be placed on reserve. The library will assign call numbers and place labels on personal books.
You may submit an electronic or paper copy of these materials. All faculty-produced course related material will be placed on electronic reserve; one paper copy will be made available for 2-hr. in library use only.
Instructors may place personal copies of books, videos, articles, reports, papers, pamphlets, etc. on reserve. The library is not liable for theft, damage, or mutilation of personal copies placed on reserve.
Books and non-print media may be purchased for extended reserve utilizing the reserve materials budget. Orders should be placed at least one semester before they are needed. Contact the reserve library assistant for reserve material requisition forms.
In accepting a copy (of an article or a book chapter, for example) for reserve, the library assumes that the copy has been made in compliance with the fair use provision (section 107) of the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code). While section 107 permits the making of multiple copies for classroom use, the library expects that faculty have also considered the four factors that determine fair use:
It is the faculty member's responsibility to determine whether the use made of a work in any particular case is fair use and in compliance with the law. Please contact Valerie Malzacher email@example.com or 715-425-3222 with questions about copyright.