Place material on Reserve

How do I place materials on Reserve/eReserve?

  • Complete the form below, or
    • email your request to  ereserves@upei.ca (complete course (name and number) and citation information should be included in the email), or
    • the files may be dropped off at the Service Desk on memory sticks. File formats may include, but are not limited to, Microsoft Word (doc or docx), PowerPoint (ppt or pptx), or Acrobat (pdf). Library staff will create pdf files from other formats whenever possible so they may be accessible to all students with the free download from Adobe.  A print version of the Reserve Request Form should accompany the material.
  • Any physical Reserve materials need to be dropped off at the Service Desk.
  • Allow Library staff at least 48 hours to process materials before informing students the material is available.
  • All eReserves will be password protected to restrict material to currently registered students, faculty or staff of the University. Those attempting to access eReserves from off-campus will be prompted for their UPEI username and password.

Please take a moment to review information about the Reserves service and the types of materials that can be placed on Reserve.

You can use this field to attach a file to this request.
Files must be less than 30 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png txt rtf html odf pdf doc docx ppt pptx xls xlsx xml zip.
If you would like to provide a course syllabus we can add that to the course's reserves for reference.
Files must be less than 10 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf html odf pdf doc docx ppt pptx xls xlsx xml.
Reserve items
  • If the item is from one of our licensed databases, copy and paste the citation(s).
  • If the item is an open web resource, copy and paste the link(s).
  • If the item is from the Robertson Library's catalogue, copy and paste the link(s) or provide a list of titles.
  • If the item is from your personal collection, please provide a list of titles and drop the materials off at the Circulation Desk.
A loan period is required only if the item is physical (eg. a book from your collection or the library's). If it is an electronic resource this field is not required.