Library Research Guide
The e-reserves service allows faculty to place materials such as articles, images, book chapters, lecture notes, public domain materials, eBooks, etc. on e-reserves. Students may access these materials by logging into their K-State account and searching their course code on the K-State Libraries' webpage.
Not all materials may be added to e-reserves. It shall be the responsibility of the reserves staff to determine if material requested for e-reserves can be added either due to:
If the needed material is physically owned by the library, reserves staff will scan it for addition to e-reserves. Reserves staff will, however, only scan an amount that is in compliance with copyright law.
E-reserves course files are no longer accessible from the e-reserves space at the end of each semester. If you wish to use the resource again, please submit a new request.
The K-State e-reserves pilot is in its infancy, having been launched in the spring of 2023. As such, we are balancing staff capacity with each request. If you miss the deadline to submit an e-reserves request for the current semester, please feel free to still submit requests for the upcoming semester.
Request that the library purchase a copy of your required class material using the link below. Ensure that you indicate these items are a priority and are for course reserves. Additionally, indicate whether you want a print or digital version of the item.