Information for Professors
Professors may place readings on Course Reserve to supplement coursework for their classes. The use of these readings must comply with provisions in the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code). Eli M. Oboler Library retains the right to refuse requests to place materials on Course Reserve if, in its judgment, fulfillment of such requests would involve violation of copyright law. See Frequently Asked Questions for further information on Copyright Law and "fair use".
Course Reserve materials may be books, tapes, or other class materials for In-Library Use or electronic copies of articles suitable for PDF transfer available via the Library Catalog.
- How to Place Materials on In-Library Course Reserve
- How to Place Materials on Electronic Course Reserve
Course Reserve Request Forms:
These forms are in Microsoft Word format. Print the form, fill it in, and bring it along with your materials to the Oboler Library or the University Library Center-Idaho Falls.
In-Library Loan Periods
- 2 hours, in-library use only
- 24 hours