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Course Reserves

Course Reserves are materials placed on short-term loan by Faculty for use by students in their class. These pages explain how to use Reserves services for both faculty and students.

What Are Course Reserves?

A Course Reserve is a high-use item (such as a book or DVD) that has been requested by an instructor to be made available for the course they are teaching. Due to demand, Reserve items are housed behind the Circulation desk and are only available upon request, and for limited loan periods.

The materials that can be placed on Reserve include any item from the library's general collection, or certain materials brought in by faculty for use as supplements to their core class materials. These are not meant to replace the core reading materials or bookstore materials for the students.

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