Carl B. Ylvisaker Library
What May Be Placed on Electronic Reserve?
Possible items include, but are not limited to, the following:
- An article from a journal.
- A single chapter from a book.
- A music/audio file or track from a CD.
- A poem.
- A story.
- An essay.
Before the material can be placed on electronic reserve, however, at least one of the following must apply:
- The library subscribes to the material in electronic format.
- The library owns or subscribes to the material in print.
- The library owns the CD.
- The material is in the public domain.
- The material is a U.S. government document.
- The library receives permission from the Copyright Clearance Center.
- Use of the material is determined to be fair use as described in Section 107 of Title 17, U.S. Code.
Items that cannot be placed on electronic reserve include:
- Standardized tests.
- Multiple works by the same author.*
- Multiple items from the same journal issue.*
- Multiple chapters from the same book.*
* The Library may place such items on reserve if it is able to secure the necessary copyright permissions. Contact Leah Anderson, Circulation/ILL Manager, at (218) 299-4641 or email@example.com for more information.
If you have any questions as to what may be placed on electronic reserve, please contact Leah Anderson, Circulation/ILL Manager, at (218) 299-4641 or firstname.lastname@example.org.