Course Reserves

Find Course Reserves

The placement of Course Reserves is a service provided and administered by the LCCC Library Circulation Department.  Course reserve materials are accessible during library hours to LCCC and University Partnership students and faculty.   Students or faculty may choose to search for the reserved item by the faculty member's last name, first name or the course name.  Printing of the reserve material is available for 10 cents per page.     

Reserves by Course Name

Reserves by Instructor

LCCC and University Partnership Faculty:
Faculty members may submit books, articles, videos, CD-ROMs, DVDs, or library owned-items for Reserve. 

A Reserve Request Form is available for you to download prior to bringing your reserve items to the Library. 

The LCCC Library adheres to the Guidelines for Classroom Copying in Not-For-Profit Educational Institutions with Respect to Books and Periodicals, specifically Multiple Copies for Classroom Use.

 
Course reserves are permissible when:

  • The item meets the fair use test (Fair Use Worksheet)
  • The item is a supplement to the required course textbooks
  • The item does not carry a copyright
  • The item is in the public domain
  • Your own materials are submitted for reserves


Course reserves are not permissible when:

  • The item does not meet the fair use test guidelines
  • The item supersedes the need for a textbook
  • The item is resubmitted the following semester
  • The item consists of multiple chapters from a book


Materials cannot be accepted when:

  • The item is a consumable (workbooks, coursepack)
  • The item is denied permission by the copyright owner
  • The item is an OhioLINK, InterLibrary loan book, or from a local public library
  • The item exhibits fair use abuse (i.e. subsequent semester usage)

How to Submit Course Reserve Materials

  1. Download the Reserve Request Form or obtain a copy from the Library Circulation   Desk.
  2. Fill in the form completely and return the form with your materials to the Circulation Desk.
  3. Items should be identified in the same manner as on the course syllabus.  Students should know specifically what to ask for.
  4. Items for Reserve owned by the library will be obtained for you after phoning the Access Services Librarian at Ext. 7422 or by email spaul@lorainccc.edu

 

 

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