Regular reserve allows your students to check out class materials from a central location for a short period of time. Similarly, eReserve provides access to digital documents, such as book chapters and articles, through Canvas.
Copyright law places some restrictions on Reserve use of copyrighted material, particularly use by eReserve.
For more information about the process of placing items on reserve, as well as copyright restrictions, see Reserve Information for Faculty.
Video and computer projection available at Mitchell Multimedia Center's video viewing rooms. Visit the Mitchell Multimedia Center webpages to reserve these rooms, or to take advantage of services such as "Start and Stop" media screenings if you are unable to attend a screening.
In addition, portable computer projection equipment is available for check-out from the John P. McGowan Information Commons to instructors teaching in seminar rooms in the Library. The equipment consists of an LCD projector, a tabletop screen and cables for laptop hookup and connectivity.
Repository and Digital Curation offers reproduction services to faculty, staff and graduate students. We digitize images, documents, maps and manuscripts from books, slides, negatives and flat art.
Repository and Digital Curation also oversees the scanning of books requested by faculty and staff that are meant to become part of the digital repository.
Request scanning services.
The Library's Reserves department will create media streams for University classes and other programs for faculty, students and staff. These streams can be viewed or heard on Canvas course sites. CDs, LPs, audio cassettes, VHS, DVD, Blu-ray, DV and laserdiscs can be converted.
Learn more and submit a request.