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Course Reserves

Reserves provides students with quick, easy access to course materials that are set aside by their professors.

Reserves includes books, photocopied material, class notes, videos, DVDs, CDs, etc. These items are usually made available for 2-hr, 3-hr, or 24-hr loan periods.

The Reserves collection is located at the Library's main Access Services desk. If you're looking for an item from the Reserves shelf, just ask!

Faculty members may also request E-reserves service. Library staff are able to post PDFs, hyperlinks, and other materials to Moodle** course sites.

**If you are having trouble accessing Moodle, contact the Moodle administrators at Distance Learning & Continuing Education.

Borrowing print reserves

Search Novanet Catalogue Course Reserves:


   


Some professors may post course readings in their Moodle course sites.
  • Look up Reserve call numbers by professor or by course on the Novanet catalogue course reserves.
  • A valid student I.D. card in good standing is mandatory for borrowing Reserve Materials.
  • Reserve materials are shelved behind the main Library Desk.
  • The loan periods vary as requested by the course instructor.
  • Fines apply for late returns.

Overdue Reserves Items

Reserves is structured to allow many students access to course material within a short period of time. Items on reserve have short loan periods, and overdue fines can accumulate quickly! Students should take care to return these materials on time.

Reserves Loan Period Overdue Fine
2 hours (Fines start after 15 minutes!) $0.25/hr
3 hours (Fines start after 15 minutes!) $0.25/hr
24 hours $0.25/hr
48 hours $0.25/hr
3 days $1.00/hr
7 days $1.00/hr

 

Check for Print Reserves via Novanet

Login to Moodle for eReserves access via your course


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