Faculty must complete a reserve form and submit it and the materials to the circulation supervisor 24 hours in advance.
Generally, the library will place on reserve one volume of a work or a single copy of an article, chapter of a book, or a poem.
Requests for multiple copies on reserve should meet the following copyright law guidelines:
1. The amount of material should be reasonable in relation to the total amount of material assigned for one term of a course taking into account the nature of the course, its subject matter and level.
2. The number of copies should be reasonable in light of the number of students enrolled, the difficulty and timing of assignments, and the number of other courses which may assign the same material.
3. The material should contain a notice of copyright, see.
4. The effect of photocopying the material should not be detrimental to the market for the work. (In general, the library should own at least one copy of the work.)