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Instructors can make course materials more accessible to students by using the Reserve Collection Service. Instructors are welcome to bring their own materials, or to request items from the library collection to be put on reserve.
 
 

How to put items on reserve

  1. Fill out the Course Reserve Request form. Do an individual form for each title. If you have more than one copy of the same title, do one form and indicate in the notes how many copies you will provide.
  2. Bring your reserve items to the Innovation Commons. Have your name noted on the items.
  3. If the form you fill out for us indicates that the items you want on reserve belong to the library collection, library staff will pull these items from the stacks and put them on reserve for you.

Please submit your Library Reserves as early as possible. We will do our best to make your reserve items available quickly, but at times it can take a day or two to set up.

Whenever possible, library staff prefer to keep your items on reserve indefinitely and simply activate or deactivate them as needed. This saves library staff a lot of processing time.

How to see what is on reserve

Items on reserve can be found from the Course Reserve search page: https://yukonuniversitylibrary.on.worldcat.org/courseReserves/landing

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact library@yukonu.ca