Placing Print and Video Materials on Reserve

Faculty may place print and video items from the library's collection, as well as items from their personal collections (including photocopies of materials not available in the library's collections) on course reserve.

1

Complete the course reserves worksheet

Download the worksheet and fill it in with the requested information and sign it.

Copies of the worksheet are also available at Faculty Reception and from the library.

2

Deliver completed, signed worksheet and materials to the library

Physical materials will be housed in either the Abbotsford or Chilliwack library; deliver materials to the library where you would like the materials available for your students.

  • Library-owned books and videos will be pulled off the shelf by library staff.
  • All copies of periodical articles, book chapters, answer keys, notes, and other materials must be provided by faculty; the library will provide folders for materials.
  • A complete citation identifying the source of the document must be provided on all photocopies, along with a clear copyright statement.
  • All copying must be done in compliance with the fair dealing requirements.
  • The library makes every effort to safeguard reserve materials; however, we cannot accept responsibility for lost and/or damaged personal material.

Please allow one week for processing.

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