Need to make copies?
Use your PUNetID and password to log in to the new Sharp copiers. UIS allocates $60 per year as a technology grant to faculty and staff.
Submit Electronic Reserve requests/forms
The Electronic Reserve Guidelines will provide information on how to submit electronic reserves. All eReserves must comply with Fair Use Guidelines:
- No more than 10 percent of a book or one chapter.
Submit Course Reserve requests/forms
Course reserves are available for checkout from the Circulation Desk and include books, films, music, software and articles reserved by faculty for their classes. You may request that material be placed on Reserve by filling out the Reserve Request Form and submitting it to the Circulation Desk.
Any item going on course reserve must be legal under the provisions of Public Law 94-553, Chapter 1, sec. 107 and 108 and the Agreement on Guidelines for Classroom Copying in Not-for-Profit Educational Institutions as specified in House Report 94-1476. The library cannot put burned copies of DVDs on course reserve.
Where to get Reserve Request Forms:
- The Circulation Desk
- Download Reserve Request Form (pdf)
Faculty can obtain books, articles, and other materials not available at our Library through Interlibrary Services. Additionally faculty can request electronic copies of periodical articles through the Library's own periodical collection. There is no charge for either service for faculty.
For assistance, please call 503-352-1413 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Information Literacy Sessions / Special Lecture Requests
You may request Information Literacy Sessions for your classes either from your Library liaison or from Lynda Irons, Electronic/Information Services Coordinator, email@example.com, 503-352-1409. Use can also use the Information Literacy Request Form (pdf). Regularly scheduled Library Workshops are available throughout the year.
The Library has a variety of Research Databases/indexes available for use by the Pacific University community. If you would like assistance using the Library's resources, we would be happy to come to your office or class.
Remote Access to Databases and eBooks
You may access the Library's Research Databases from any off-campus location. All you need is your PUNetID and password. If you need assistance with your PUNetID and password, please contact the Technology Information Center (TIC) at firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-352-1500.
A list of the works of published faculty and staff is available online.
Checkout Privileges - Materials for Class
Guidelines regarding checkout for materials used in class are available online.