Materials placed on reserve have been selected by the University of Dayton faculty to support classroom instruction. Reserve materials can be placed under one of two categories: course reserves and electronic reserves.
Course reserves are held in Roesch Library and may be checked out from the Services desk for varying lengths of time as determined by the instructor. Present a University identification card. Inform the library staff of the instructor’s name and course number in order for the material to be retrieved.
Electronic reserves allow instructors to make selected material available to their students through Isidore.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Bring material to a services desk with a completed course reserve request form and a course syllabus. Requests will not be processed without this information.
- Complete one request form for each course.
- Material should be submitted no later than one week before the material is needed.
Reserve Request Form
- Materials owned by Roesch Library, a university department, or the instructor may be placed on library reserve. (Disclaimer: Roesch Library is not responsible for damage to personal property placed on reserve.)
- Photocopied materials may be placed on electronic reserve.
- It is recommended that all electronic files submitted for reserve have been made accessible. For assistance creating accessible files, please contact the Office of Learning Resources
How to create an accessible pdf
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Examples of copyright compliant materials that can be placed on Electronic reserve include:
- Class notes, assignments, or exams
- Excerpts from books (Entire books cannot and will not be placed on Electronic reserve)
- An article(s) from periodical or newspaper
- A short story, essay or poem
- A chart, diagram, picture, cartoon, etc. from a book, periodical or newspaper
For more information, please visit the following online resources on copyright and fair use:
- All photocopied materials should be submitted on single-sided 8 1/2" x 11" sheets of paper.
- It is the instructor's responsibility to provide a high resolution, clean, and legible copy, contrasting print, and background, to ensure quality in the scanned material.
- Photocopied materials should be submitted in the same order as in the syllabus along with clear instructions from the professor concerning article titles and placement requests.
- Photocopied materials should be separated in an easily distinguishable fashion. For instance, you may use a single page color divider, paper clips, or Post-its. Please, DO NOT use staples.
- Articles more than 25 pages will be divided into part 1, part 2, etc.
- Titles should be clearly written on the first page of each article or the provided article divider.
All requests are processed on a first come, first serve basis. Reserve requests are usually processed within one week of their submission date. Processing time may take longer during the beginning of the semester. When a request is processed, the instructor will receive an email confirmation.
All reserve (both print and electronic) material is removed from course reserve at the end of every semester. It is the responsibility of the instructor to contact the library about subsequent future use.