The Marx Library can place the following types of materials on Reserve:
Personal Copies: It is common practice for faculty to place personal copies of books and other materials on Reserve. Please note that barcodes and labels will be applied to these items.
An inventory of your Course Reserve material is recommended each semester. We want to help you keep your reserve files as current as possible. Since the Reserve books/media are in closed stacks with limited charge-out periods, they are not readily available to all library users. Please help us make them available by canceling Course Reserve Materials when they are no long required for your class(es).
Reserve materials will be processed as they are received. Please allow five (5) working days for circulation staff to process items for reserve.
Beginning June 2016, the Marx Library no longer will subscribe to a stand-alone E-reserve program (Docutek). Placing items on E-reserve can be accomplished with the assistance of your liaison librarian. A list of liaison librarians is below. Items previously placed in Docutek have been exported as hyperlinked reference lists and delivered to relevant liaison librarians.
During the transition from Docutek to using Sakai for E-reserves, the hyperlinked reference lists can also be acquired by contacting Anita (email@example.com) in the Marx Library Circulation department.
To place new items on e-reserves for your course, follow the instructions below.
1. Search the library’s resources to see if the Marx Library provides access to the article(s).
2. Alternate method – coordinate your E-reserves needs with your liaison librarian.
Each department has a librarian appointed as liaison to departments and/or schools. These librarians can help you with your electronic reserve needs.
|Jason Ezell||History, Sociology, Anthropolocy, Political Science & Criminal Justice, Social Work||251-414-8178
|Amy Prendergast||Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Marine Sciences, Computing||251-460-7025 or 6-2827
|Angela Rand||Education, Communication, Psychology, Adult Interdisciplinary Studies||251-461-1979
|Beth Rugan Shepard||English, Theatre & Dance, Visual Arts, Music, Foreign Languaages & Literature, Philosophy & Religion, International Studies||251-461-1575
|Ellen Wilson||Earth Sciences, Environmental Toxicology, Math & Statistics||251460-6045