Reserves are materials that professors want students to read for class; they are either print and audio/visual (A/V) reserves or e-reserves. Print reserves are mainly books, copies of old tests, or photocopies of journal articles, and they are available at the Circulation desk. Audio/visual reserves such as DVDs and CDs are also available at the Circulation Desk; please ask a staff member for help. The materials on reserve are searchable through the library catalog.
E-reserves are available electronically through Moodle. You can access them by logging on to Moodle and clicking on the appropriate link on the course page. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the articles.
Questions about Print or Electronic Reserves?
Contact Crystal Ellis at