What is course reserves?
Course reserves is a library service which allows faculty to make books and other physical items available for your class. The short borrowing periods for these items are designed to maximize access for all students in your class.
How do I find things on reserve?
You can look for the "Library Materials" tool in your class CTools site. This is a link to the listing of books and other physical items on reserve in a library for your class. Or, you can search the reserves section of the Mirlyn Classic catalog by course name or professor name to find out what is on reserve for your class. See our quick tutorial for additional information.
Where can I find the materials on reserve?
The listing in CTools or Mirlyn Classic will indicate which of the following locations has the reserve material.
- Art Architecture and Engineering Library
- Fine Arts Library
- Music Library
- Taubman Health Sciences Library
- Shapiro Library (located on the 2nd floor in the Askwith Media Library)
Where do I return reserve materials?
You should always return reserve materials to the library service desk from which you borrowed them.
What are the fines for overdue reserve items?
Reserve fines are are $1.00 per hour because reserves services are designed to provide short-term use for high demand materials.