Library Course Readings (Reserves) Submission Form
Please use this form to submit your Course Reading titles to the library. If you have any questions, you can reach us at

A few things to be aware of:
--If you've already submitted textbooks/course readings to the Huntley Bookstore (at least 2 weeks before the start of classes), you do not need to complete this form. We will receive that information directly from the bookstore.

--This form is for submitting items to be added to Course Readings for the current or next semester. We cannot accept requests further in advance than that. If you would like the Library to purchase a book that you might use for a future course, you can suggest a purchase here: or by reaching out to your Subject Librarian:

--The Library will attempt to acquire an e-version that allows for unlimited simultaneous users of all Course Reading titles, if one is available. However, please be aware that a significant portion of textbook publishers do not provide e-options for libraries to acquire.  Also, in many cases, publishers will limit the number of users that can access the eBook at the same time. To determine e-version availability and explore options, please reach out to your subject librarian before completing this form:

--Once your request has been processed and the items are available, you can view them here: (Timelines vary depending on the availability of items and the number of requests received. Our goal is to have all course materials that have been requested up to 2 weeks before the start of the semester available by the time the semester begins.)
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Your Course Information
Providing information about your course will make it easy for your students to find their course readings on the library's website:
Instructor's Full Name *
Course Title *
Course Prefix and Number *
 Example: ECON 317
Campus *
Semester *
I hereby acknowledge the following: The Library will attempt to acquire an e-version of all Course Reading titles if one is available. If an e-version is available, I understand that the Library will aim to acquire a multi-user eBook license whenever possible but in some cases will only be able to acquire a 1-user (at a time) license. I also understand that many publishers do not make any e-versions available for libraries to purchase. If no e-version is available, the Library will purchase a print version and scan portions of the text upon request. *
If you want to be sure an e-version is available or explore options, please contact your subject librarian before completing this form:
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