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Library Contact Information
Warrior Hall University Library
Phone: (254) 519-5798
Address: 1001 Leadership Place, Killeen, Texas 76549
Directions: Visit TAMUCT's Maps and Directions.
EWCHEC Library Extension
Phone: (512) 759-5930
Address: 1600 Innovation Blvd., Hutto, Texas, 78634
Directions: Visit the EWCHEC webpage.
E-Reserves Information for Students
E-reserves are online materials that faculty members have asked the library to make available to students. The library reviews this material to make sure it is in copyright and accessibility compliance. We then provide a secure way for students in the specified course to access these materials.
If your professor has placed material on reserve electronically, they will provide the password and access link for you. The professor is in control of the password for this material.Your professor is the primary contact for e-reserve passwords. Only students in the designated course may access e-reserve materials.
E-reserve material can only be accessed during the period of time that it is required for a course. Access to the e-reserves page for a course is discontinued at the end of the semester during which the course is taught. Students who receive an incomplete must contact the library if access to e-reserve material from prior semesters is required.
Questions or Concerns? For help accessing e-reserves, please contact Lisa Hopkins at (firstname.lastname@example.org or (254) 519-5755; or Johnnie Porter (email@example.com or (254) 519-8715)
E-Reserves Information for Faculty
E-reserves are a convenient way for faculty to make resources available to their students electronically. E-reserves can be requested online. Faculty who wish to place an e-reserves request should use the request form in the column to the left. After the request has been submitted, the library will review it.
All e-reserves must be in copyright and accessibility compliance. Items will be reviewed within three business days of their receipt. Following this review, you will receive an email either confirming your e-reserve and providing access information, or explaining why your request is not in compliance. Access information may only be given to students in the course for which the material has been approved. Sharing access information with any individual outside of this course may result in a violation of copyright law.
Questions or Concerns? For help placing e-reserves, please contact Lisa Hopkins at (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (254) 519-5755.