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Information on placing required materials on physical course reserve.

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Librarian to contact:

Susan Perry
Contact:
Drake Memorial Library

(585) 395-2459
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How do I place something in reserve that's already in Drake?

  1. Search the Library Catalog.
  2. Click the title of the item you would like.
  3. Click the "RequestIt!" button on the right side of the page.
  4. Choose "place this entire item on course reserve" OR "request a scan of one chapter of this item for course reserve.
    Continue to ILLiad.
  5. Fill out the fields for Course and Section, Semester and Loan Period.

 

 

Can I place something I own on reserve for my course?

Yes! Just fill out the Request to Add Books/Media form and bring it to the Circulation Desk in Drake Library.

First, use our Article Lookup by Citation to see if we already own the item electronically. If we do, see our linking in ANGEL page for instructions.

If we do not:

  1. Fill out the Scanning Request form
  2. After submitting the request you will see a message with a 6-digit transaction number.
  3. Note this transaction number on the physical item (a Post-It is fine) and
  4. Bring a hard copy over to the Reserves Desk or Interlibrary Loan office (rm. 119)
  5. We will email you an accessible PDF that you can then upload to your ANGEL page.
  6. Your item will be available at the Circulation Desk upon completion of scanning.