Iona College and Ryan Library are proud to be the custodians of the Thomas Paine National Historical Association (TPNHA) Collection.
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Please note that Reserve Materials will be held for only ONE semester. Any material not picked up by the end of the semester will be returned to the shelves of the instructor. Any materials that need to be held for a longer period of time MUST be cleared through the Circulation Supervisor. A Renewal notice should be submitted each semester for those items.
Fill out the reserve form at a Circulation Desk and leave any materials you would like placed on reserve. Please allow 48 hours for processing. Students will be able to see a list of all items on Reserve via the Course Reserve section of the library catalog.
1) Articles from over 15,000 full-text electronic journals are available through the library. Read more information on how to create permanent links to full-text articles. Links can be placed on Blackboard sites, webpages, or in the Course Reserve section of the library catalog.
2) If not available electronically (see above), we will scan materials and return them in PDF format for you to place on your Blackboard course site. If you need a Blackboard site or need help uploading files, please contact your Blackboard administrator or CELTIC for support and training. Please allow at least one week before the materials are needed.
What Can be Scanned and Placed on Blackboard?
What Cannot be Scanned and Placed on Blackboard?
Faculty members maintain responsibility that materials on their Blackboard sites do not break U.S. Copyright Laws. You must also comply with the Office of Information Technology's Computer Use Policy.
You may want to read the ACRL's statement on fair use and electronic reserves or use the Cornell Copyright Center's Fair Use Checklist to guide you in deciding if your materials fall under Fair Use guidelines.
Gaining Copyright Clearance
If the materials you want to use do not fall under fair use guidelines, use the Copyright Clearance Center website to gain copyright permission. You may also contact a publisher directly by using the Literary Market Place reference book (available in Ryan, R 070.502 L 776). You or your department is responsible for all costs involved. Please contact your library liaison for CELTIC for help or more information.
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