Course reserves are books, videos, articles, etc. that have been reserved by an instructor for their students' use and can be checked out at the circulation desk.
Electronic reserves are available online and can be accessed from anywhere by using your name, L number, and password.
Search below, or go to the Library catalog to find a course reserve item.
1. If an electronic copy is available, you will see the message: *ELECTRONIC COPY AVAILABLE*. Click on the title of the specific item you want.
2. Login with your last name, L number and PIN.(Current Patron Barcode and PIN information)
3. A security information warning will appear. You must press "Yes" to display the electronic reserve. Your personal information is secure.
4. Please read the warning concerning copyright restrictions before printing articles:
WARNING CONCERNING COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS
Under certain conditions specified in the United States Copyright law (Title 17, United States Code) libraries and archives may be authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction may not be 'used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research', and that only one copy be provided for scholarly purposes, unless copyright fees are paid. Further reproduction of paper copies made from this computer system may be in violation of copyright laws and is prohibited.
5. View, save or print the item.
Many electronic reserves are articles that have been saved in the pdf electronic format. Electronic reserves that are in pdf format require Acrobat Reader (download for free). The document is displayed page by page. Use Adobe Acrobat icons directly above the visible page to download the article, zoom in and out, print, etc. DO NOT USE THE BROWSER'S PRINT BUTTON.
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Loan Periods and Overdue Charges
See the Library's circulation policy
During open hours, use the item return slots under the Circuation Desk. When the Library is closed, use the the orange return box.
For more information, contact the Circulation Desk by phone (541)463-5273 or by email.