The library will provide digital alternatives to physical reserves upon request by:
Course Reserves are usually books taken from the general collection and placed behind the Circulation Desk on your instructor's shelf to support a particular class.
Most reserve books are restricted to three-hour, in house use only. This insures access to everyone in the class.
Faculty may choose to purchase multiple copies if needed.
While the primary purpose of Reserves is to ensure access to a limited resource, Reserves may also be used to make resources easier to find.
Reserves are usually books, but they may be anything your instructor wishes to share, including photocopies of articles, audio and video recordings, and even video cameras, microphones, and tripods,
If available in a digital format, class reserves may be made available through Canvas - either as a PDF or through a link.
Occasionally faculty will choose to make materials available on a Research Guide.