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How do I find something "on reserve"?

Your professor or the syllabus for your class might say that some materials for your class are "on reserve" at the library. This just means they are set aside for your class.
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2013  |  2 Views
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To find materials "on reserve" for your classes, just ask at the Circulation Desk. You will need to tell us which class it is for and something about the item you are looking for (such as its title or author), so it helps if you have your syllabus with you.

Just like checking out a book or a movie, you will need to have your ID card on hand.

Reserve materials usually only check out for a couple of hours at a time, so be ready to get down to work when you come to check out reserves for your classes. They carry pretty steep overdue fines too ($1 per hour) so make sure you bring them back on time too.

Answered by Beth McMahon

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