Answered By: Emily Smith
Last Updated: Aug 09, 2018     Views: 119

The Reserve Collection is a small collection of materials placed on reserve for a specific class. Reserve materials are made available by the professor and have a limited check out time. This is to make sure these materials are available and accessible for everyone in the class.

Reserve collections are located behind the circulation desk at each campus. If your professor has told you that an item for your class is "on reserve," ask the library staff member at the circulation desk for assistance.

Note: Reserve in this context does not mean that students can make an appointment in advance to use the materials. Reserve materials are available first come first serve, thus the short check out period to reduce wait times.

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