Nyack | ATS Libraries: Faculty Reserve Request
Request Deadlines: Fourth week of each semester
All requests for items to be placed on reserve must be submitted by the fourth week of classes. Items will not be put on reserve after that time and all items will be taken off reserve after the close of the semester.
Complete the Reserve Form and submit to:
(Note: Instructor Name and Course Number is REQUIRED).
- Check the online catalog for the availability of items to be placed on reserve. The item(s) call number must be included on the form. It is helpful if you submit the items with the form.
- There is a 3-day-turn-around period after you submit your forms to the library for items currently in the library collection.
- If Nyack/ATS Libraries do not own the item to be placed on reserve, please request a "RUSH" order and allow approximately 2-3 weeks for delivery and processing.
- If you wish to place photocopies of articles on reserve, please provide the photocopies (up to 3 copies) and the library will provide folders and barcodes for check-out procedures.
- If you wish to place a personal item(s) on reserve you may do so, but the Library is not responsible for loss or damage to the item(s). All personal items will be returned at the end of the semester.
- Limit of 15 items per course per semester. If additional requests are needed, please contact the respective Director of Library Services.
The following materials can be placed on reserve without obtaining copyright permission:
- Library-owned items or personal copies of books or A/V material
- One chapter from a book
- One article from a given journal, periodical, or newspaper issue
- Course syllabi
- Lecture notes
- Exams, homework, or other assignments created by the instructor
- Government documents and all items in the public domain
- Materials for which the instructor or institution holds or has copyright permission
The following material cannot be placed on reserve unless copyright permission is obtained:
- Multiple articles from the same journal, periodical, or newspaper issue
- More than 10% of the entire contents of a book
- Articles from a journal or newspaper placed on reserve for more than one consecutive semester
- Chapters from a book placed on reserve for more than one consecutive semester
- Workbooks and/or "disposable" Study Guides
- Out-of-print books, unless all attempts have been made to purchase a copy of the book through out-of-print dealers, publisher, or copyright owner.