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In this tutorial learn how to locate course reserves at Rice Library.
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Creating Course Reserves

Faculty members interested in creating course reserves of any type (print, audiovisual, or electronic) for their classes should consult the information available on the "Putting Items on Reserve" page of the Faculty Services section of the Library's Web page.

 

Accessing Course Reserves

To access electronic Course Reserves you need:
  • The Course Abbreviation and Number (e.g., SOC231)
  • The Instructor's Name
  • The Username and Password when prompted with Click here to view
  • Your MyUSI username and password (For those accessing reserves from off-campus) when prompted with Click here to view database link

Please Note: Usernames and Passwords should be given to you by your Professor.

To access print Course Reserves (Library's Checkout Counter) you need:

  • The Course Name
  • The Instructors Name
  • Your Eagle Access card to checkout items
  


 

About Course Reserves:

Most materials placed on Reserve are selected by faculty as supplemental reading assignments for courses.  Typically these may be checked out for use within the library for only two hours at a time.  Some items may circulate out of the library for 24 hours to 1 week.  Because these items are under heavy demand during a brief period, the intent is to make them as available as possible to all the students for whom they are assigned.  Please note:  An Eagle Access Card is required to use all Reserve items.

Any assigned readings on Reserve are available to all library users.  Preference is given to the students enrolled in the course.  Borrowers not enrolled in the course are restricted to using materials within the library.

 

Finding Course Reserves

  


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