If you would like your listening assignments to be ready at the beginning of classes, we will need the materials described below by two weeks prior to the first day of classes. Materials submitted after this date will not be available when classes begin.
If you would like us to encode an existing anthology that you have prepared for your class, we prefer working with a burned CD rather than cassette tapes. Please be advised that we may need to keep personal copies of sound recordings for several weeks, depending on how quickly they can be processed.
If a recording not owned by the library is needed for your reserves, we will be happy to try to acquire a copy for our collection. Because of copyright restrictions, however, we cannot encode personal copies of sound recordings unless the recording is already a part of our collection, is on order, or is out of print.
We can arrange the selections in a number of ways: alphabetically by composer, chronologically by date of composition, in syllabus order, etc. Please let us know how you would like your materials presented. If you would like them arranged in syllabus order, please supply a copy of the syllabus. Please indicate any extra headings for week or assignment number.
Please be sure to provide some simple contact information (preferably email) on the Audio E-Reserves Request Form so that we can reach you if questions arise as we process your order.
All audio e-reserves prepared by the Music and Performing Arts Library are available from http://web.library.uiuc.edu/ereserves/querycourse.asp. This is the link you should include in your syllabus as well as in your own course-related web pages.