The library will place on reserve books, articles or other items that faculty would like to have available to their students.
We recommend placing on reserve multiple copies of course textbooks. This helps to ensure that students who cannot afford to purchase books still have access.
To place materials on reserve, use our online Reserve Form.
If you have any questions you can email us at email@example.com.
Library materials and personal copies of items may be placed on reserve for students. A minimum of 48 hours is required for materials to be processed before sending students to the library to use the item(s).
Reserve materials are reviewed each Fall and Spring semester. If you wish materials to be left on reserve for the next semester, please indicate so on the Reserve Request form. All other items will be removed and returned to owner. A minimum of 48 hours is required for removal of items from reserve.
Your students can find out here what has been placed on reserve for your courses with our Textbook Checkout Guides. In addition to textbooks, you can place on reserve articles or other items.
Guides are organized by subject. Students can click on the title of any book in a guide to see how many copies are on reserve, if they are currently available and in the case of most articles, access the full text online.
Scan books, photos, magazines or any item up to 19 x 12.25 in black and white or full color for free! The Kic scanner is easy to use with touch screens as you go. The scanner is located the right side of the circulation desk. Keep in mind that both copyright and fair use apply for educational purposes.
Scan as image files, rich text, PDF, searchable PDF, or audio.
Scans can be sent directly to mobile device, USB drive, faxed, email, or cloud.
Access all your docs from the KIC scanner from one easy place so you can view, print, share, save, organize and use multiple study modes. Find out more about MyDocs app.