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Fall 2020 Hard Copy Reserves Update
Fall 2020 Update for Hard Copy Course Reserves:
- All reserve books will check out for the day, and will be due back when the library closes. They can be taken out of the building, as long as they are returned before closing. If they are not returned on time, there will be a fine because of the high demand of the books.
- The books will be higher demand this semester because we will be quarantining the books for three days after each use. This is non-negotiable, and might prove frustrating for students, but this is our new policy due to COVID-19 safety measures.
- We will place personal copies of books and library copies on reserve, and we accept donations. We will not be purchasing texts this year.
Types of Course Reserves
Hard Copy Reserves
- Books, CDs, or any other physical materials.
- Print items are placed on the shelves behind the Bierce Service desk.
- Articles, Databases, PDFs, or any other Digital Resources
- Resources are accessed via a secure website.
- Only enrolled students have access to course materials.
What Are Course Reserves?
Course Reserves are a collection of books specially selected by instructors that check out for a different loan period than the regular collection. If you are in need of a vital textbook or other supplemental material checkout out the Course Reserve collection behind the circulation desk of the Bierce and Science libraries.
- Course Reserves provide a way for students to access textbooks that might otherwise be too expensive for them.
- Course Reserves may check out for only a few hours.
- Course Reserves includes collections of online documents selected by professors specifically for the course.
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