My professor put some articles on Reserve for the class to read. What are Reserves? Where are they located?
Reserves are extra materials that instructors have you read, watch, or listen to outside of your normal class hours. Generally, they are additional items that support the course. Reserves are located at the circulation desk. Students can locate Reserve items by searching ScholstiCAT, the Library's online catalog, or by looking within the Reserve binder on the circulation desk. Students must know their class number and instructor's name in order to look up Reserve items.
Reserves are available for 2-hour, 1-day, and 3-day check out. 2-hour Reserve items are not allowed to leave the Library. Students have the option to read or view the item in the Library, or make copies of the materials to bring with them. Copies can be made of print items. For your convenience, a scanner is located on the first floor of the library. 2-hour Reserves may be renewed for an additional 2 hours if there is no one waiting to check the item out. 1-day Reserves may be brought home overnight. 3-day Reserves are available for 72 hours.
Reserves may also be available on an electronic course page or as e-Reserves. Students will find these on the Course Reserves tab on the Library homepage. Course pages are arranged by Course number, Course name, and instructor. In order to access individual readings, students will need to know their Novell user name and password (the same user name and password used to access CSS email and BlackBoard/Courses).