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Course Reserves  

Course Reserves are materials placed on reserve by instructors for use by the students in their classes for short loan periods and are not eligible for renewals.

Faculty Students

Faculty may place books, articles, video recordings, sound recordings, music scores and other materials on reserve for their students to check out for limited loan periods.

Additional guidelines for faculty in the use of Course Reserves are available. Course Reserves Guidelines

 

Students should ask at the Circulation Desk for materials by giving the course name and course number, then the title of the item. A valid LakerCard is required to check out materials.

Materials should be promptly returned to the book return at the Circulation Desk before the loan period expires. Students are held responsible for any lost or damaged materials charged to their record.

Students can search the Catalog to see what materials have been placed on reserve for their class.

 

Loan Periods
2 hour These items are due back 2 hours from the time they are checked out or before the library closes. These items do not leave the library. Students can check out multiple two-hour reserve items at a time.
overnight These items are due back before closing on the next day the library is open. Students can check out 2 overnight items at a time.
7 day These items are due back before closing, 7 days from the day they are checked out. Students can check out only one 7 day reserve item at a time.

Reserves Coordinator

Rhonda Boozer (678) 466-4329 RhondaBoozer@clayton.edu