Upon request, the Library will place materials on course reserve for reduced loan periods to maximize access for students. Examples of course reserve materials include complete books from the Library collections, instructors' books, articles, and copies of articles and portions of books. Loan periods range from 2 hours to 1 week. Copyright and licensing conditions apply copies that are considered for course reserve. Learn more about OC Library's course reserve service here.
Where licenses permit, the Library can create a Reserve record in its online catalogue that contains a link to an article or other item contained within a licensed database or collection of materials. It is not currently possible for the Library to store digital items locally and place them on Reserve. If you want to place an article retrieved from a Library database on Reserve, you must ensure that database licence allows for such use. For more information and to learn how to appropriately use articles retrieved from a Library database, visit the Licensing section of this guide.
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