Answered By: Bobby Reeves Last Updated: May 24, 2019 Views: 172
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 textbooks. Hard copy materials are maintained at the service desk of each campus library for courses taught at that campus.
Faculty members will use the Reserves system (ARES) through Blackboard to request reserves for the semester.
Learn more specifics about how to put an item on reserve by visiting our Placing Items on Course Reserves page.
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