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Reserves: Reserves

Course Reserves

Course reserves are books, articles, and videos reserved by instructors to support coursework. Reserve materials are kept behind the library service desk and may be requested through a staff member.
Reserve items are generally listed as 3-hour library use only. This means the item cannot be taken out of the library. However, some items have longer borrowing periods. The borrowing period is set in place by the course instructor and will not be changed by library personnel unless permission is personally granted by the course instructor.

Bearcat Search: Course Reserves

 

      

Tip! For fastest service, look up the item's call number.

Students, to make it faster to find what you need, we have placed an iPad at the front desk to assist you with call number look up. You can easily find what your instructor has on reserve, and our staff at the front desk will retrieve it for you. Just provide them with the call number of the item you would like, and they'll take care of the rest!

Course Reserve Request

Are you a professor needing to add materials to course reserves? Please complete our Course Reserves Request form.

Need further assistance?

Ask at the library front desk for assistance with finding a course reserve or

Contact:
Grant Stone
Access Services Specialist
Email: tstone@lander.edu
Phone: (864) 388-8121

Caroline Jenkins
Access Services Specialist
Email: cjenkins1@lander.edu
Phone: (864) 388-8654

Photo of books on course reserves shelf