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Circulation Service

Course Reserves

The Circulation Department maintains a collection of course materials which have been placed on “reserve” for use by specific classes.  Items placed on reserve are library-owned materials on the current semester’s textbook list, as well as materials specifically selected by faculty members.  Not all classes have materials available on reserve.

Unless specified otherwise course reserves are checked out for 2-hour library use only . Two-hour reserves can only be removed from the library with permission of the instructor.

To see what materials a faculty member has on reserve, check the Display Reserve Lists on the MERLIN main screen.

Some reserve materials are available through the Internet via the Electronic Course Reserves.

Hourly reserve material may only be used in the library. Overdue hourly reserves may be fined up to $10.00 per hour.

Overdue reserve material checked out for 1, 3, or 7 days may be fined up to $15 per day.

 

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