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Beat the Rush: Course Reserves Services for Faculty and Instructors

Digital Production Services at Hodges Library is currently accepting course reserve reading lists for the fall 2007 semester.

If you want your Hodges Library reserve collections (print or electronic) ready by the first day of classes, please submit your request by August 14, 2007.

If your material is not needed by the first day of class, please help us distribute the work flow more evenly by bringing those requests to us at a later time.

We process reserve requests on a first-come, first-serve basis, and fall semester brings our heaviest volume. Requests submitted after August 14 may fall into our backlog queue. When in backlog, requests may take at least 7 days to process and prepare for your class. The backlog period often lasts until the middle of September. Once the backlog passes, we are able to process most requests in 24 hours.

We have approximately the last three years of your reserve requests. This way, we can recycle your old reserve lists into new.

Please bring new requests to Room 170, Hodges Library or email the reserve services staff ( MS Word or other attachments are welcomed. You can also email or drop off our interactive request form, available at

For more information about Hodges Library Reserve services, like submissions, instructions, FAQs, etc, please refer to our Course Reserves Web site at You can call Digital Production Services at 974-4121 Monday-Friday, 8 am-6 pm.

If Pendergrass Agriculture-Veterinary Medicine, DeVine Music, Map, or Social Work-Nashville branch libraries provide your primary reserve services, you may contact those libraries directly.

We look forward to working with you!

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