Course reserves are materials that your professors make available at the library's circulation desk or through the library's website. There are two kinds of reserves:
The library only places items on reserve at the request of instructors. If you are unsure whether your instructor placed course materials on reserve, check your syllabus or ask your instructor. You may search for print reserves from QuickSearch, and you may search for electronic reserves from the library's e-reserves site.
The e-reserves search bar will display course pages in a drop down list that narrows as you type your instructor's last name, course name, or course number. Start typing and click on the appropriate selection. Hitting enter will terminate the search. After selecting the appropriate course, you will be directed to a copyright statement page where you must enter the password supplied by your instructor. It should be noted that, currently, this copyright statement page does not display course or instructor information; nevertheless, entering the appropriate password will give you access to the course's e-reserves.
The library cannot give out passwords. Check your syllabus or ask your instructor.
Reserve requests may take up to one month from the time they are submitted for processing. Contact your instructor to be sure that she submitted her request. All reserve requests are processed in the order in which they are received.