The federal Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code, Section 101 and following) requires all members of the Providence College community to respect the proprietary rights of owners of copyrights and to refrain from actions that constitute an infringement of copyright or other proprietary rights. Willful disregard of Providence College ’s Copyright Policy by members of the community may result in personal liability in the event that legal action is taken against them. Further, the College may refuse to defend employees named in a court suit and employees may be personally liable for any damages incurred as a result of the copyright violation. Please see the
library's page on copyright compliance.
Complete one of the course reserves forms ( Book,
Media) and drop your materials off at the Circulation Desk to be prepared for reserve access. In addition to the material reserved by the professors for their students, high use items are placed on permanent reserve for the Providence College community.
With a valid PC ID and Library account in good standing, students can access
Course Reserves from the Library homepage as well as the HELIN catalog. Multimedia reserves and print copies of faculty reserves are available for use for a period of 2 hours in-house. With professor permission, some items may be taken overnight to peruse.