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Submit one request per article, chapter or file. Please allow at least 3 days for item to be placed on myCourses.
Faculty can manage their course materials through myCourses. If you need further assistance, please visit the myCourses self-help guides. Alternatively, the library can manage your course reserves for you. Use the link below to submit a new request, or contact Mary Fran Tiede (585-245-5036) for additional help and information.
Note: Milne Library follows the Fair Use Guidelines of the Federal Copyright Law. This means we can accept: one chapter from a book and/or one article from an issue of a journal. If you have questions about copyright compliance, see our additional information about copyright or contact us for further information at 245-5594 or email@example.com. If the library does not own the source material, copies MUST be submitted with this request.
Course reserve CDs and DVDs are located behind the Service Desk and are arranged by the name of the Instructor. All circulating reserve materials must be returned to the Service Desk and are NOT renewable. Faculty may use this form to place materials on Circulating Reserve. After submitting the form, materials must be turned in to the Service Desk.
The Textbooks on Reserve program allows Milne Library to provide selected textbooks to students for 4-hour loan periods. These shorter loan periods allow as many students as possible to benefit from this high-use collection.
These books are located behind the Service Desk and are arranged by call number. For the fastest possible service, students are encouraged to bring the call number or title of the book they need to the Service Desk. To find your textbook, please see our How Do I Find Textbooks and Course Reserves guide.