Search to locate materials placed on reserve in the Library. You can search by professor’s last name or by course (e.g., BIOL 101).
Faculty may place personal and/or Library-owned materials on reserve for their students. Reserves may be either physical (as is the case with print and audiovisual materials), electronic, or both.
Please call 395.2433 or e-mail email@example.com if you have questions about reserves.
Physical reserves are checked out to students at the Desk for a time period you specify:
If the material does not belong to the Library, we need to affix identifying labels so that it can be entered into the online catalog. If preferred, we can treat the material (except audiovisuals) for security purposes.
Electronic reserves are available online through the library catalog. Please note the following regarding e-reserves:
Most databases provide persistant URLs so that you can link directly to the article from within Canvas. If you need help finding a URL for the article, please contact your librarian, call 395.2433 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Article URLs should not be posted on any website that is not restricted to the students enrolled in the course for which the article is being used. To do so would be a violation of the license agreements with the full-text providers.
Please bring this completed form for every personal item you would like to place on reserve.