What are course reserves?


Course reserves are books or audiovisual items an instructor makes available through the library, housed at the circulation desk, so that students enrolled in a particular course can have access to them.

They can be a professor's personal copies, or they might be copies owned by the library.  Sometimes articles are placed on electronic reserve.  In most cases, print/AV reserve items are loaned for two hours at a time and must be used within the library and not taken out of the building.

  • Last Updated Aug 14, 2018
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  • Answered By Lisa Crumit-Hancock

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