Donate or Loan Your Textbooks to Library Reserve
If you have copies of a textbook that you can donate or loan to the library, please bring them to the Circulation Desk on the 2nd floor of the LRC. You will be asked to fill out a form, or you may download it now and bring it with you.
Request that the Library Place Your Course Textbooks on Reserve
Even if you cannot donate a copy, please let us know what your textbooks are so that if we own a copy we can associate it with your course section. Please fill out our online form, or, if you prefer, come to the Circulation Desk on the 2nd floor fo the LRC. Please note: this form is for courses at the main campus only. For library reserves at West Sacramento Center, please contact Ashu Mishra (916-375-5505); at the Davis Center, please contact Mikaela Huang (530-747-5235).
Other Reserve Items (Print/paper)
The Library can place other items on reserve, such as supplementary readings, class notes and practice tests. Please contact Yolanda Escobar (558-2467) for details.
The library can scan print materials, or take your existing PDF files, and place them on electronic reserve in the library catalog, easily findable using our textbook/reserves search form. This service is subject to restrictions related to copyright; please see the Guidelines for Placing Materials on Electronic Course Reserve for further information.
If you are using D2L in your class, you can link directly to library materials, including articles and ebooks. Please see our guide to linking for more information and to avoid common mistakes. If you are posting document files in your D2L course that are protected by copyright, we recommend that you observe our Guidelines for Placing Materials on Electronic Course Reserve to help keep within your legal obligations.