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Policies: Course Reserves & ILLs

This guide provides information regarding the policies and procedures that guides LLC operations at Florida State College at Jacksonville.

Course Reserves

A Course Reserves section is available in each LLC for faculty and staff to place items for inlibrary use by students, faculty, or staff. Faculty complete a Course Reserves Request Form.

  • Library materials may be placed on Course Reserve for one term and will be returned to circulation at the end of the term. 
  • Personal items may be placed on Course Reserve for one term and will be returned to the requestor at the end of the term; the LLC is not responsible for loss or damage to personal items placed on Course Reserves.
  • The LLC will add instructor editions to Course Reserves as long as the publisher has not restricted the material.

Intercampus and Interlibrary Loans

“Intercampus” loan (borrowing and lending of College-owned library items from any FSCJ campus library) is a service provided to all FSCJ students, faculty, and staff. FSCJ-owned materials may be requested online for pick up at any LLC location.

The LLC also provides Interlibrary loan services that provide borrowing and lending of items owned by other libraries through agreements with regional, state, and national consortia. FSCJ students, faculty, and staff may request materials owned by college and university libraries in the state of Florida through Uborrow via our FSCJ online library catalog or have library staff place a request via OCLC for items owned by public or out of state institutions. Materials that are not available within the state of Florida may be available through OCLC borrowing systems provided by the library. Patrons may visit the Interlibrary Loan Guide for directions on how to place an interlibrary loan request, or simply assistance from a library staff member.

In general, FSCJ’s library collections are very current, comprehensive, and sought after by readers across the United States. As such, FSCJ regularly lends many more materials to libraries outside of FSCJ than it borrows for FSCJ patrons.