The University Libraries have changed the login procedures for the Libraries databases and for Course Reserve. Your login password is your complete J Number -- including the J00.Link to Course Reserve
Electronic Reserve Guidelines for the Biomedical Library
Reserve materials (both print and electronic) will be processed as they are received. Please allow 5 working days for circulation staff to process items. Please bring one copy of any articles to be placed on reserve. All articles will be placed on Electronic Reserve for remote access unless otherwise specified. Please see the Guidelines for Electronic Reserve.
If materials are to be drawn from one of the library's collections, fill in the call number for each item; we will retrieve the item for you and process it. If SOUTHcat shows that we hold more than one copy of a particular item, please indicate how many copies you want on Course Reserve. We usually suggest that all available copies be utilized.
Non-library materials such as personal copies of books, journal articles, chapters from books, tests, etc., must be delivered to us; we will assign call numbers to them. If you would like to fill out the form ahead of time, it is available at http://www.southalabama.edu/univlib/forms/coursereserveform.pdf. When assigning titles to non-book items, please try to describe them as your students are most likely to describe them to us.
Course syllabi can be delivered to the library or emailed to us as attachments at firstname.lastname@example.org; we will convert them to pdf and put them on our server.
An inventory of your Course Reserve Material is recommended each semester. We want to help you keep your Reserve Files as current as possible. Since Reserve Books are in closed stacks with limited charge-out periods, they are not readily available to all library users. Please help us make them available by canceling Course Reserve Materials when they are no longer required for your class(es).