Print reserves are processed on a first-in, first-out basis and are generally loaded in 48 hours (with the exception of the beginning of each semester).
Please bring materials - library books, personal copies, or photocopies - to the library with a reserve request form filled out for each one or with a copy of your syllabus listing the items.
The library adheres to U.S. Copyright law and its provisions for fair use. The library can assist with processing copyright permissions if necessary and will, within reason, pay permission fees. Please contact your library liaison if you have questions about particular reserve items.
If you have questions about print reserves, please contact Jay Nordstrom (x7558).
*For Moodle or e-reserves related questions, please contact Gustavus Technology Services.*
Contact the library's AV department (x7571) to reserve videos or DVDs and AV equipment if it's not already available in your classroom. When you're ready to show the film, come to the library to check it out. Mark Kump (x7571) can answer questions you have about equipment, videos, and sources for renting or purchasing AV materials. You can search for videos in our catalog; for a subject search, use the format limit in the advanced search - or drop by and ask to browse the collection, which is shelved by Library of Congress call numbers.