What are course reserve textbooks?
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Last updated on Jul 29, 2016
Course reserves are required readings set aside by faculty for student use. Reserves are for in-library use only and circulate for 2 hours at a time. Materials such as books and case studies are moved from the library’s collections to the reserve shelves behind the Service Desk. Required texts that the library does not own can be purchased upon request. Instructors may also place their own personal resources on reserve. E-Reserves, such as journal articles and scanned book chapters, can be uploaded or linked to a course’s Canvas page (more on this below). Course packets and workbooks may not be put on reserve.