My instructor said my textbook might be on reserve in the library, how do I check?
Answered By: Jen Church-Duran
Last Updated: Jan 26, 2015

Course reserves are materials that your instructor and/or the Libraries have put together to help support you.  This can include additional reading and listening materials and, for some courses, a copy of the textbook.

For print items, such as textbooks, or other physical items - the checkout period is often restricted (from 2 hours to 7 days depending on the item) and fines are larger - in order to allow many students access to limited copies of materials.

To see what is available in print, click the Course Reserves link on the library home page, Click on Search Physical Course Reserve, and then search for your course by instructor, course number, etc. You can also use this link to search for print course reserves: https://www.library.unlv.edu/services/reserves/

Electronic Reserves should be available directly in your course on WebCampus.

 
   
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