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Please allow one week for processing.
You may choose from the following loan periods: 2 hour, 4 hour, 1 day, 2, day, 3 day, or 7 day. You may also restrict 2 hour and 4 hour loan materials to in-library use only.
Carol Konkle (604) 504-7441 x4218 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Morry (604) 504-7441 x2471
E-Reserves for Full-text Articles or Web Documents
Fill out the Electronic Reading Lists form. Be sure to attach a document containing the bibliographic infromation for the readings:
- For full-text articles, provide the full article citation (author, title of article, journal title, volume, issue, page numbers). The library will create a course reserve record with a persistent link to the specific article. Links will work from home by directing students to our proxy server.
- For web documents in the public domain, provide the title of the website or document and the URL. The library will create a course reserve record that links to the web document.
- Links to e-reserves will become dormant and no longer show in the library catalogue at the end of the semester.