Changes in Course Reserves and
Related Copyright Issues at
Sampson-Livermore Library
“Moving into the Digital
Millennium”
...
Course Reserves Webpage
http://www.uncp.edu/library/reserves/
Webpage Close-up
Important Course Reserves
Links for Faculty
http://www.uncp.edu/library/reserves/
• ERes
• Reserves Submission Form
• Serv...
Getting Started
• Decide What Type of Reserves You Want
– Print – decide on a loan period (2 hours, in-
library only, over...
Types of Materials the Library
Can Put on Reserve
• Books
• Maps
• Photocopies (meeting Fair Use Guidelines)
• Microsoft D...
Using the Online Submission
Form
• The online form is available at http://www.uncp.edu/library/reserves/submission.html
• ...
Using the Online Submission Form
Using the Online Submission Form
Using the Online Submission Form
How to Prepare Materials for
Print Reserve
• Check BraveCat to see if the Library owns the item and
decide whether to use ...
How to Prepare Materials for
Electronic Reserve
• If the item is a periodical, check Journal Finder to see if
the Library ...
What the Library Does With
Your Materials
• Labeling (course and shelving information)
• Scanning (electronic reserves)
• ...
How to Access Your Course
Reserves
• Link to ERes from the course reserves
webpage
• Search for the course page
• Enter yo...
Eres Main Page
Click on the link for the reserves
pages to search for your course
Search for your course
Enter your password after reading the copyright
statement, then click the accept button.
The list of items on reserve are listed, with format
noted. Click on the document link.
For items on electronic reserve, note the type of
file. The full bibliographic information is given for
each item. Click o...
For items on physical reserve, note the title, call
number, and loan period. The full bibliographic
information is given f...
Copyright and Course Reserves
• Print vs. Electronic
• Number of Copies
• Number of Uses
• Fair Use
• Copyright Certificat...
Copyright Certification Form
ERes and Blackboard
• Maintaining your own copyright
compliance
• Linking Blackboard and ERes
At the Semester’s End
• The Library:
– Returns reserve materials to faculty/library collection
– Archives electronic reser...
Reserves Tips
• Submit your materials early
• Submit all required information for your
reserves items
• Turn in the cleane...
Coming Attractions
• Docufax
• Online Submission of Digital Materials
Reserves Services Staff
June Power
Access Services
Librarian
Sam Jacobs
Evening/Weekend
Circulation Clerk
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    1. 1. Changes in Course Reserves and Related Copyright Issues at Sampson-Livermore Library “Moving into the Digital Millennium” June Power Access Services
    2. 2. Course Reserves Webpage http://www.uncp.edu/library/reserves/
    3. 3. Webpage Close-up
    4. 4. Important Course Reserves Links for Faculty http://www.uncp.edu/library/reserves/ • ERes • Reserves Submission Form • Services for Faculty • Course Reserves Policy • Copyright Certification Form
    5. 5. Getting Started • Decide What Type of Reserves You Want – Print – decide on a loan period (2 hours, in- library only, overnight, three days, one week) – Electronic • Prepare your materials • Fill out a Reserves Request Form (online or print) and a Copyright Certification Form
    6. 6. Types of Materials the Library Can Put on Reserve • Books • Maps • Photocopies (meeting Fair Use Guidelines) • Microsoft Documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Slides • PDF Files • Images • Audio and Video Files
    7. 7. Using the Online Submission Form • The online form is available at http://www.uncp.edu/library/reserves/submission.html • A print form is available at http://www.uncp.edu/library/reserves/print_form.pdf or at the Circulation Desk
    8. 8. Using the Online Submission Form
    9. 9. Using the Online Submission Form
    10. 10. Using the Online Submission Form
    11. 11. How to Prepare Materials for Print Reserve • Check BraveCat to see if the Library owns the item and decide whether to use the Library copy, your copy, or both. If the Library doesn’t own the item, consider requesting it for purchase. • Bring any personal copies to the Library. Personal copies will be barcoded for circulation, tagged for security, and labeled for shelving purposes. • Complete a Copyright Certification Form. • Submit materials to the Library.
    12. 12. How to Prepare Materials for Electronic Reserve • If the item is a periodical, check Journal Finder to see if the Library owns or has access to the item. We can scan print periodicals or we can link to electronic resources. • Photocopy the material. Remember that all photocopied material must include the copyright statement and FULL bibliographic information! • Complete a Copyright Certification Form. • Submit materials to the Library.
    13. 13. What the Library Does With Your Materials • Labeling (course and shelving information) • Scanning (electronic reserves) • Circulating (access) • No Photocopying – this is to be done by the department • Copyright Compliance Tracking and Documentation
    14. 14. How to Access Your Course Reserves • Link to ERes from the course reserves webpage • Search for the course page • Enter your password • Link to the document
    15. 15. Eres Main Page
    16. 16. Click on the link for the reserves pages to search for your course
    17. 17. Search for your course
    18. 18. Enter your password after reading the copyright statement, then click the accept button.
    19. 19. The list of items on reserve are listed, with format noted. Click on the document link.
    20. 20. For items on electronic reserve, note the type of file. The full bibliographic information is given for each item. Click on the hyperlink to open the document on your screen.
    21. 21. For items on physical reserve, note the title, call number, and loan period. The full bibliographic information is given for each item.
    22. 22. Copyright and Course Reserves • Print vs. Electronic • Number of Copies • Number of Uses • Fair Use • Copyright Certification Form
    23. 23. Copyright Certification Form
    24. 24. ERes and Blackboard • Maintaining your own copyright compliance • Linking Blackboard and ERes
    25. 25. At the Semester’s End • The Library: – Returns reserve materials to faculty/library collection – Archives electronic reserves courses and documents – Changes access passwords for electronic reserves – Assists faculty with seeking copyright permissions • Faculty Members: – Notify the Library of materials they wish to keep on reserve – Fill out a new Reserves Request Form for any materials to remain on reserves – Seek copyright permission for further use
    26. 26. Reserves Tips • Submit your materials early • Submit all required information for your reserves items • Turn in the cleanest photocopies possible
    27. 27. Coming Attractions • Docufax • Online Submission of Digital Materials
    28. 28. Reserves Services Staff June Power Access Services Librarian Sam Jacobs Evening/Weekend Circulation Clerk

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