Students: Check for Reserve materials located at the Circulation Desk here.
The UNO Library offers its faculty and students two types of access to required readings for their classes, traditional course reserves and electronic reserves. All materials to put on reserve must be brought into the library. Forms for reserves are available below, or at the Circulation desk on the first floor.
Traditional course reserves offers students physical copies of books or audio/visual materials for use in
the library during regular business hours. Please fill out our submission form (MSWord | PDF) either in advance or at the Circulation desk. The instructor must bring the materials for reserve to the desk.
Electronic reserves (MSWord | PDF) offers readings to students through the course's Moodle web site twenty-four hours a day. All items to be placed on reserve must be accompanied by a separate request form including the correct citation. Any forms submitted with incorrect or illegible citations will be returned to the requesting faculty member. Items, as always, are processed as quickly as possible.
It is the responsibility of the instructor to obtain any necessary copyright permission for the work to be placed on reserve. Additionally, please add Library Reserves as a teacher to your course for the purpose of adding scanned files. The library does NOT have automatic access to available courses in Moodle. The library has brief instructions in text (MSWord | PDF) and with screenshots (MSWord | PDF) to help with this process.
The signature of the faculty member on the request form signifies acceptance of this policy. Before placing any item on reserves, please read the Reserve Policy and General Copyright Guidelines that govern all requests.
Please direct any questions or inquiries about Reserves to Sherry Vicknair by phone (280-7211) or email (LibReserve@uno.edu).