When multiple students are assigned readings or given the same topic to research, they may have difficulty obtaining high-demand materials. Course reserves provide limited borrowing periods or direct links to online resources.
Using the Course Reserve search these are easy to find by Title, Instructor name or Class
Don’t forget to check out the related guides for similar topics and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.
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FACULTY - If you would like more information about putting items (print or digital) on course reserve for your students, please refer to our Course Reserves webpage.
Use these guides to get the most out of your library experience, improve your research skills, use library resources to their full research potential and more.
1. There are two ways to access the reserve search
a. From the Library homepage
b. from within OneSearch's Basic Search -- Select "Course Reserves" from the dropdown
2. Enter your search terms
You can search for a course reserve a couple of ways:
3. You will receive a list of results the same as a regular search. You can explore the results by clicking on the title to get more information, or PIN them to save them for later.
Reserves can be in print format -- you will need to come to the Service Desk in the library to borrow these materials. They will have a shortened loan period - usually 2 or 24 hours and fines if they are returned late.
Reserves can also be in digital format - these reserves may be links to articles in the Library's databases or other web-based sources such as open access journals or websites.
Click on the Title
Then click on View Resource to access the reserve