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Reserve Request Form For Items Owned by the Library
Library Reserve Policy


1. New items to be placed on library reserve will not be processed on the same day; please allow at least 2 days or your request to be processed.



2. Faculty-owned items to be placed on reserve must be provided to the circulation desk with a completed physical copy of the PDF reserve form from the previous webpage. No reference materials may be placed on Library Reserves. Ask circulation staff for assistance with audiovisual materials.



3. We are unable to reserve any items from other libraries.



4. If a Library Reserves item has not been checked out by students, staff or faculty for 2 years (6 semesters) the library has the right to remove the item(s) from the Library Reserves. Those item(s) will then be returned to either the library’s collection or owning faculty.



5. The library collects and retains data on how much an item is being used on Library Reserves during any given semester/fiscal year, if you wish to obtain this information please contact Theresa Spiteri at tspiteri1628@marygrove.edu
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