Course reserve maintains a collection of course related, high-demand, high-risk, and librarian discretionary materials that are segregated, often temporarily, from the general collection and usually assigned restrictive loan periods.
Instructors may use this form to request course reserves.
Please check the Library Catalog before placing any requests.
Requests for Library purchases are accepted from faculty, staff, and students. All requests are evaluated according to standards in the Houston Cole Library Collection Management and Development Policy and the Acquisitions Policy. Contact Mary Bevis for more information.
You may enhance your online courses by embedding a librarian in your Blackboard course.
The goal of digitization projects is to create, maintain, and provide access to electronic resources which support the scholarly and informational needs of the Jacksonville State University community; secondarily, to also make these resources available to the local community, businesses, schools, and Alabama libraries, thereby contributing to the educational, cultural, and economic well-being of the area; and to increase knowledge about the development of the Library’s digital collections.
Refero (Created by the Libraries of Blekinge Institute of Technology and Linnaeus University), is a web based tutorial developed to help students in higher education understand what plagiarism is and give advice on how to avoid it. The name Refero is latin and means "I refer". The tutorial contains 16 pages and takes about 30 minutes to go through. Access the Refero here.