Clemson Libraries Course Reserve Request

Faculty may submit a request for required or supplemental course assignment material to be placed on Reserve for their students. Eligible materials include both library owned and/or faculty owned materials. Submissions are accepted any time during the semester and will be removed at the semester's end unless otherwise requested.

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the use of copyrighted materials including copying and distribution. Fair use (Section 107) allows for limited use of copyrighted materials without the permission of the copyright owner. Individuals using copyrighted materials in excess for fair use may be liable for copyright infringement.
  • Course Information

  • Example: ENGL 1010 BIOL 2010 MGT 4950
  • Contact Information

  • Personal reserve materials will be returned to this address at semester end.
  • Due to the COVID-19 Crisis, physical reserves will not be available during the Fall 2020 semester. While we realize their importance in supplemental classroom instruction, our decision is based on the safety of our patrons and staff along with our inability to quarantine items sufficiently for high use and high turnaround items. Further assistance in locating materials for course development can be provided by contacting one of our Subject Liaisons. Additionally, our Open Educational Resources Librarian can assist in finding free or low cost materials for classroom use. Finally, eReserves are available and can often offer a high-quality alternative to print reserves. Please note that eReserves are subject to copyright compliance and availability. Contact us for more information or assistance.
  • Items for Reserve

  • Click the plus to add additional rows. Please key in only one item per row. Title and call number are required when requesting Library materials. Title is required for faculty owned material.

    The Clemson Libraries comply with all copyright laws and expects instructors to understand and follow all appropriate copyright laws. Information on copyright may be found by visiting our Copyright Guide. You may also refer to a fair use checklist for eReserves not currently available as an eResource through the Cooper Library Catalog or an open access repository.
    Title/Citation (please include page numbers)Call # and/or Additional Notes 
  • Loan Details