DUE TO COVID-19 LIBRARY BUILDING CLOSURE, COURSE RESERVE BOOKS CANNOT BE CURRENTLY CHECKED OUT.
Course Reserves will not be available to students and are suspended for the Fall. The very nature of print reserves pose a problem because they are high touch and high use items. We understand this is not only an inconvenience to everyone but may disrupt students’ access to assigned course materials; however, we must prioritize the health of our community and work to prevent the spread of the virus. Books have to be quarantined after use for 3-4 days, thus heavily used items will not be available.
If you have items on reserve and need the book returned, please contact Jack at email@example.com or Summer at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a pick-up time.
The Library encourages faculty to think thoughtfully of how you can help your students that may not be able to purchase textbooks. Unfortunately, most traditional textbook publishers do not sell electronic versions of their works to libraries for institutional licenses and access. If we can help find alternatives please contact us.
This guide was created by Christine Shin. Fall 2020 and Copyright content was provided by Pam Crenshaw.