Course Reserves may consist of materials owned by the library, such as books or journals, or personal materials owned by the instructor, including photocopies, lecture notes, and online resources or digital files.
We accept requests for both physical reserves and electronic reserves. To place material on reserve, whether you are beginning a new list or adding to an existing list, please fill out the Course Reserves Request Form.
Please note, requests are:
For help with special orders, contact your subject specialist. Reserved materials may require copyright permission.
We can help your replace costly commercial textbooks with alternative or open access teaching materials.
We can help you replace traditional commercial textbooks with more affordable learning materials, including alternative textbooks and open access materials for use.
Open Access materials are free, online, immediately available research articles with full reuse rights that can be used in your classes. Open access facilitates quicker and broader dissemination of knowledge by removing the price and permission barriers to research.
UK Libraries awards grants to up to 10 faculty members annually who propose using open textbooks, free course content, and other UK Libraries licensed information as alternative materials for their courses.
View past recipients and learn more about the application process on our Alternative Textbook guide.
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