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 InformationReserve availability*Fall SemesterSpring SemesterMaymesterSummer SemestersCourse Abbreviation and Course Number*Example: ENGL 1010 BIOL 2010 MGT 4950Number of students registered for this course*Contact InformationProfessor's Name* First Last Email* Campus Office Address*Personal reserve materials will be returned to this address at semester end.Reserve Selection*Print materials will be located at the Cooper, Gunnin Architecture, or Education Media Center for checkout with a valid Clemson University ID. eReserves will be accessible through Canvas.Reserve Cooper Circulation DeskReserve Gunnin Architecture Circulation DeskReserve Education Media CentereReserveItems for ReserveClick 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.Call #Title/Citation Loan DetailsCheckout Time*Checkout time is the length of time students are allowed to use the material before returning it to the Circulation Desk (this does not apply to eReserve materials.)1 Hour Library Use Only2 Hour Library Use Only3 Hour Library Use Only4 Hour Library Use Only1 Day2 Day3 Day1 Week2 WeekAre you interested in having an online guide to library resources for your class? Yes, please have my Subject Librarian contact me! Reserve Acknowledegment* You will receive an email notification when your Reserves are available for student use. Allow 24-48 hours for processing.