General Information

Reserves are materials and resources that professors have identified to use for a class. They can be either print (set aside for the class in a specific library) or electronic (accessible via the course Moodle page). Requests for material to be placed on reserve should be made at least 2 weeks before material is needed. The earlier reading lists are received, the more time library staff will have to recall books that have been charged out, to purchase or borrow books and articles not in the general library collection, or to scan documents.

Information Technology Policies & Procedures

Use the links below to access the Information Technology policies and procedures.

As in other aspects of College life, members of the Amherst community are bound by the Statement of Intellectual Responsibility and the Statement on Respect for Persons in all work done using IT facilities or resources.

old -- Copyright and fair use information

Amherst College adheres to and promotes observance of U.S. copyright laws. Those laws protect the rights of authors, artists, composers, and other copyright holders without stifling scholarship and teaching. Therefore, the College also supports fair use of copyright materials by educational institutions.

What follows are brief, general principles to help members of the Amherst College community follow current US copyright laws.