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Past Law Course Reserves: Law Course Reserve Guidelines

Course Reserve Guidelines

Course Reserves exists to ensure access to high demand materials for student use. Specifically, these are items which have assigned readings for a course. 

  • Course reserves can be Open Access, licensed library materials, or material owned by the USask Library or the course instructor.
  • Course reserves may be any electronic item licensed by the University of Saskatchewan Library, including e-books, e-articles, music, and films.
  • The USask Library can create links to electronic resources, such as journal articles from the databases we subscribe to. 
  • Course reserves may be scanned print items. The Library can make electronic copies of articles from print journals, as well as portions of a print book, including musical scores.  Scanned items are subject to fair dealing guidelines.
  • All course reserve items must comply with all applicable copyright policies and laws.

Requesting a Purchase

Request a Purchase

  • If the Library does not own something that you believe would be beneficial to the Library collection you may Request a Purchase. Due to Covid-19, there is a focus on purchasing e-books. Please make a note in your request if you would like the item for a course reserve list.