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What are course reserves or eReserves?

Last Updated: Jul 13, 2012  |  163 Views

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Reserves are reading materials that a professor has made available to students to use in the Library. E-reserves are readings that you can access electronically from the Library web site.

To access them, click on the "Reserves" tab and enter the name of the department, instructor, course name, or course number in the eReserves search box and click "Find." Then locate the course you are enrolled in and click on the course number. Your instructor should have given you a password to access the eReserves for your course. If not, ask one of your classmates or ask at the Research/IT Desk or Circulation Desk.

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