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Course Reserves, including Electronic Reserves, are required readings and/or supplementary materials chosen by the faculty in support of classroom instruction. They may include journal articles, book chapters, past exams, videos, and occasionally extra copies of textbooks. Hard copy materials are maintained at the Circulation Desk of each campus library for courses taught at that campus.

Most loan periods for hard copy materials are two hours but this may vary according to faculty request.  Students must present a current Montgomery College photo I.D. card to use these reserve materials. Materials are primarily restricted to in-house library use. 

See the following webpage, Information for Students, to learn more about how to find Reserves materials:

If you have questions about your reserve materials, go to the circulation desk in the Library where you take your class.

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