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Please submit your reserve request before classes begin to allow sufficient time to process materials, and to purchase titles not owned by the library. Materials on reserve are removed at the end of each course.
Faculty can set up links to their electronic reserves through their department's course management systems (e.g. CCLE, Blackboard) or to the Library's e-reserves system. If you would like more information or assistance please contact your Library's reserve coordinator. Whenever possible, materials should be provided to the library electronically.
The UCLA Library policy for reserves, including electronic reserves, is based on the principle that the fair use provisions of the Copyright Act of 1976, Section 107 permit the making of copies of copyrighted material for classroom use as long as consistent with the four determining fair use factors. The UCLA Library actively monitors evolving copyright policies and guidelines and will modify this policy as necessary. For further information about copyright policy and the use of electronic reserves, visit the overall UCLA Library Copyright Policy.
Which Library to Use
Materials for most undergraduate courses in the humanities and social sciences are placed on reserve at the Powell Library. Reserves for other undergraduate classes may be placed at the appropriate subject library or at the Powell Library for classes with large enrollments.
Reserves for graduate-level courses are located at the appropriate subject library or the Charles E. Young Research Library.
|Arts Library||(310) firstname.lastname@example.org|
Charles E. Young Research Library
(including Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library)
|Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld Management Library||(310) email@example.com|
|Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library||(310) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Music Library||(310) email@example.com|
|Powell Library||(310) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Science and Engineering Library||(310) email@example.com|