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Shenandoah University

Open Education Resources (OER): Library Resources

SU Ebook Collections

These are individual ebook collections held by the SU library. Our WorldCat Discovery tool should search each of them, but sometimes you get better results when you go straight to the source.

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Course Reserves in the Library

Faculty members are encouraged to place course materials on reserve at the circulation desk in the Smith Library or refer to our Course Reserves information page. This offers students more use of free resources.

Materials can include:

  • Textbooks
  • CDs & DVDs
  • Library materials
  • Almost anything with enough mass to support a barcode sticker!

Books on course reserve in the library

There are several types of reserves:

  • Closed – for 3-hour use within the library only
  • 24-Hour
  • 3-Day
  • 5-Day

Bring your materials to Smith Library, or submit your list of library items to Christine Forbes or Andy Kulp.

Copying materials to place on reserve?

Federal copyright law places several limits on library reserve collections. Faculty members must obtain permission from the copyright holder for copied items placed on reserve for longer than one semester. This provision applies even if the library or the professor owns the item which is duplicated.

For more information, contact Andy Kulp.