Fair use provisions of the copyright law allow use of copyrighted materials on a limited basis for specific purposes without the permission of the copyright holder. To comply with fair use, the Libraries will generally scan and post no more than 10% or one chapter from a single book (depending on the work), and no more than one article per issue of a journal.
Yes. When you submit your request, be sure to include a complete bibliographic citation, and add a note to indicate you'll be providing a photocopy. Then, just drop the photocopy off at any library service desk.
Photocopies should meet these guidelines:
We will not scan materials that are illegible or incomplete.
We scan all materials at 300dpi, and create a searchable PDF file.
There is no cost to digitize e-reserve materials.