A memo concerning Course Reserve and copies of Course Reserve Forms has been emailed to each Faculty member and Department Secretaries. The title of each form should explain its use and the information required for each type of reserve. I have already received several reserve requests and appreciate the pre-planning of those Faculty members. Please keep in mind the following when planning and/ or assigning Course Reserves:
1/ An appropriate Course Reserve form is necessary for all reserves.
If the items are in the EKS Main Circulating Collection they need to be retrieved from the stacks and presented at the same time as the form. If the items are DVD’s or items housed in the “cage”, call numbers need to be listed prior to submitting request. If the items are articles or copies of less than 80% of a book, one hard copy will be placed on reserve at the Circulation Desk and the document will be placed on e-reserve. In order for your students to retrieve e-reserves for your class, a class roster must be submitted with the reserve items. E-reserves can be accessed and printed from a student’s room, home, or anywhere an Internet connection is available. The class roster allows restricted access to those currently enrolled in the class. Students will need to know their username and password.
Personal copies may be placed on reserve with the appropriate completed form.
2/ A period of 24 hours is required for processing before an item can be available for student check out.
Please do not present reserve items on the same day that you require students to access the materials.
If there are any questions con-cerning the Course Reserve process, please feel free to con¬tact Luanne Barbee at 8093 or lbarbee@wingate. edu.