The Ashland University Library has both paper and electronic (online) reserve systems available for faculty.
In general, paper reserve materials are books and other physical copies of materials (CDs, DVDs, etc.) while electronic reserve materials are periodical articles, presentations, and links available via the Library reserve system in various formats. This page details library policy for paper reserve and electronic reserve.
GENERAL MATERIALS RESERVE POLICY
Faculty may place Library-owned copies of books, videocassettes, DVDs, and CDs on reserve. Faculty may also place their own copies of books and other materials on reserve to be used by students registered in their course. Physical works lent to the library will be supplied with identification and circulation labels. The Library is not liable for damage to of loss of such works. Per fair use guidelines, a small portion of books may be digitized for student use upon instructor request.
Paper reserve materials (books, videocassettes, DVDs, and CDs) are shelved at the Circulation Desk. Faculty may choose from the following loan periods:
All paper reserve materials are to be returned to the Circulation Desk.
Faculty may place on electronic reserve documents created in MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS Excel as well as those documents in PDF, audio, video, or image formats. To submit an item for electronic reserve, complete the following submission form and return it to the Circulation Desk. Each item placed on reserve should have an accompanying form.