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Criss Library is piloting extended hours for prep and finals week this semester. "We are pleased to offer students this additional time, said Steve Shorb, Dean of Libraries."  The library will stay open until 1 am Monday-Thursday during prep week and Sunday-Wednesday during finals week to allow UNO students additional research and study hours. Extended library dates are:

  • Monday-Thursday, April 28-May 1                7 am-1 am
  • Sunday, May 4:                                               Noon-1 am
  • Monday-Wednesday, May 5-7:                      7 am-1 am      
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Faculty Reserves

The Library offers traditional (hard copy) reserves and electronic reserves services for faculty to supplement their classroom instruction. The Library accepts requests for items owned by the Library or the faculty member's personal copy.

Items placed on traditional reserves are made available for checkout at the Main Service Desk. Items placed on Electronic Reserve (E-Reserves/E-Res) are available via links on the Library website. As a general rule, all journal articles are available on E-Reserves only, unless copyright cannot be secured for the electronic copy or the cost is prohibitive. E-Reserves can also be used for some electronic texts, book chapters, audio files, and small video files. Faculty may wish to take into account the benefits and limitations of both traditional and electronic reserve services when considering the placement of materials on reserve.

Policies

Traditional Reserve Policy
E-Reserves Policy
Copyright Clearance Fee Policy

Guidelines and Submission Instructions

Guidelines and Submission Instructions for Reserves

Forms

Books or Media Items webform
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All material types via pdf format

Reserve Links

Finding Reserve Items at Criss Library
Docutek Electronic Reserves Web Site

For Further Assistance

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Contact the Library via Email or by calling Reserve Assistants daytime or evening at 402-554-2861.