There are several ways faculty can submit lists to the department:
Lists are processed on a first-come first-served basis.
Please allow 2 weeks for processing lists at the beginning of the semester. At other times allow 1 or 2 days.
Faculty members are invited to visit the Reserves Office, located in Room 146, for any assistance they may need with their Course Reserves.
The Library Committee, the Textbook Subcommittee of the EPI Inclusive Pedagogy working group, and the Libraries are pleased to announce a new textbook reserve pilot for 2019/20. At the request of the professor, the Libraries will purchase copies of textbooks that are required reading for a course. We will purchase multiple copies at a ratio of 1 book for every 10 enrolled students, to be placed on Course Reserve upon the request of the instructor.
If you would like to participate, please make your request using the Textbook Purchase Request form no later than Friday, July 26th, 2019. Requests will be handled on a first come, first served basis. Those requests placed after July 26th will be filled as resources are available.
Faculty can use the Video Screening Form to reserve DVDs and VHS for classroom screenings. Please allow 3 business days to process requests.
Note: Putting a DVD or VHS in the Course Reserves for your class does not guarantee it will be available on the date you wish to screen it. Please use the form to ensure the film is available on the date needed.
Faculty may submit documents to be placed on Moodle by:
The following guidelines are used to determine how much of a particular work and what type of works can be put on E-Reserves.
See the Vassar College Guide to Copyright for more information.
To request training in reserve procedures for your student assistant, fill out a Faculty Research Assistant Research Consultation form, or contact Tracy Sutherland, Head of User Services (email@example.com) 845-437-5778