Loan periods are set at the instructor’s discretion and may include ½ hour, 1 hour, 2 hour, 3 hour, 4 hour, 24 hour, or 72 hour.
An electronic list of course reserves is found on the Library's website.
Provide students with access to course-related, print materials or audio-visual materials by placing items on reserve at the library’s circulation desk. Print materials may include books, copyright cleared articles, instructor’s personal materials or any materials which fall under the Fair Dealing Policy or Access Copyright's Licence Agreement. If you wish to add items from our licensed databases, please see the Database Permissions Table to see if Course Reserves is allowed under the terms of the licence.
Please complete the Reserve Request form and submit the resources with the form to Sue Morin at the Library. If the items are books and/or DVDS and videos currently in the library collection, the form can be emailed to Sue Morin.
Library – Room 120
1) Photocopies of readings (up to 10% of a work) or
- an entire article from a newspaper or journal
- one chapter of a book, provided it is not more than 20 % of that work
- an entire article, short story, essay or poem from an anthology
2) Course Packs - If an instructor puts a course pack on reserve in the library, no further copying of the course pack materials is permitted and the course pack must be clearly marked to indicate this. Course Packs are defined as bound, packaged or assembled photocopies made from more than one publication.