- Where is Reserve?
- What is Reserve?
- What is housed in Reserve?
- Who may use Reserve?
- What hours is Reserve open?
- What are the loan periods and fines for materials returned late?
- Can I renew Reserve material?
- Where are Reserve materials returned when the Library is closed?
- How are Reserve materials retrieved?
- How long will it take for reserve items to be available to students?
- What is Electronic Reserves?
- What are the advantages of Electronic Reserves?
- What are the copyright issues for Electronic Reserves?
- How do I find economical solutions for course readings for my students?
- Library second floor, Bldg. 15, Circulation/Reserve Services.
- A closed stack collection of short-term loan materials placed on Reserve by instructors for students enrolled in their classes, plus various other materials needing special handling.
- Faculty-owned books, instructor homework solutions, library books, controversial topics series, California Assembly/Senate bills, Cal Poly Pomona senior projects, tax forms, Cal Poly Pomona University catalogs and class schedules.
- Currently registered Cal Poly Pomona students, faculty and staff as well as Extended University students, I-Poly High School students and special program enrollees. All users MUST present a valid Cal Poly Pomona ID, University Library Card. Refer to Circulation Web pages.
- The same hours as the Library. A quarterly schedule of library hours is available at any public service desk.
- Loan periods of 2 hours, 2 days or 7-day checkout are designated by the instructors for their courses. Fees are assessed at $.50 an hour to $1.00 a day with a maximum fee of $100.00 per item. A schedule is available at the Circulation Desk.
- NO. Reserve material cannot be renewed.
- When the Library is closed use the book return Bin on the 1st floor located outside the Library's main entrance.
- At the Circulation/Reserve Desk, by call number, which can be found in the Library Catalog under Course Reserves. The call number is the number next to the title of the item. Reserve materials may be searched from any workstation in the Library.
- Reserve requests are processed as soon as possible. For materials to be ready for students use the first day of class, instructors should submit the materials at least two weeks before the quarter starts. Once the beginning rush is over, it may take 3-4 working days to process the materials.
- Electronic Reserve is an on-line web based service designed to enhance access to reserve materials. Electronic Reserve allows students to view, download and/or print full-text materials submitted by the faculty to support classroom instruction.
- Students can use reserve materials 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from any computer with an internet connection. Students no longer have to worry about damaged, lost or overdue reserve materials. Many students can use the same electronic reserve item simultaneously. And, there are no fees for electronic reserve items.
- Faculty using electronic reserves is responsible for complying with copyright laws. To learn more about copyright issues, see http://www.copyright.com.
- Checkout the Affordable Learning Initiative campaign that provide access to resources that will help faculty choose and provide quality, accessible educational content that is more affordable for their students. This can be in the form of digital textbooks, open educational resources (OERs), open courseware resources, publishers' repositories, eBooks, the book rental program at the bookstore, textbooks on reserve in the library and full text journals articles online via eReserve through Blackboard.