Libraries outline deadlines for reserve materials

May 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Employee News, Issue, May 7, 2009

The University Libraries offers faculty and graduate assistants the opportunity to place library books, journal articles, personal copies of books and other items on reserve and make them available to students. The reserves service is available at all UNL libraries.

To have reserve lists processed by the first day of each summer session, deadlines are: pre-session and eight-week session, May 12; first five-week session, June 2; second five-week session, July 7. Reserve requests turned in after deadlines will be processed in the order received.

Reserve requests for books in the UNL libraries can be made online at

Materials can also be made available online via electronic reserve at Items that can be posted electronically include exams, lecture notes, student papers (approved by the student), government publications, book chapters, journal articles in the UNL libraries’ electronic resource database, and hard copies from the library or personal collections.

Electronic reserve materials can be linked to Blackboard course pages. For more information, go to

Each reserve list takes up to four business days for processing.

For more information, go to For additional help with reserve services, contact Chanty Stovall (Love Library) at or 472-7696; or Gayleen Hill (C.Y. Thompson Library) at or 472-4401.

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