Access Course Reserves via SOUTHcat
eReserve materials (both print and electronic) will be processed as they are received. Please allow five working days for the Reserves Coordinator to process the items.
MCOB Library can place the following types of materials on eReserves:
We can scan no more than 10% of the total number of pages of a book for eReserves. However, the entire book may be placed on Course Reserve for in-library use or for check-out. Some publishers, such as Harvard Business School Press, will not allow their materials to be placed on electronic reserve. We can link to a guide that gives instructions for how students may retrieve the article from "Our Journal List" if it is available in a database the University Library subscribes. Items can remain on eReserves for no longer than one semester. We can take them off eReserves and put them on the next semester, but they must be taken off eReserves between semesters to comply with copyright law.
Materials for eReserve should be submitted as far in advance as possible to allow for timely processing during rush periods (e.g., the beginning of each semester). Lengthy items (more than 25 pages) may be divided and mounted in two or more parts.Materials submitted to the University Library to be placed on eReserve should conform to the following guidelines so that students can access, view and print the items from home:
Copies brought to the University Library Circulation Desk should be accompanied by the MCOB course reserve form. If you would like to fill it out ahead of time, it can be accessed in PDF format at http://www.southalabama.edu/univlib/mcob/forms/reserveform.pdf.
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