What are Course Reserves?
Course reserves are materials for a course -- both print and audio/visual -- that a professor sets aside at a library on campus for their students. Most often it's a required textbook, but they can also include other helpful books, class notes, and more.
Where are the Course Reserves? How are they organized?
The course reserves at Vet Med are on the first set of shelves, before the regular collection starts. They are organized by call number.
Note: most UIUC libraries have reserves for some courses, so your professor may have put the reserve items for your class at any one of several libraries, not just the Vet Med Library.
How do I know which items are for my class?
Each item will have green circle dots on the spine with the course number written on it.
How long may I check out Course Reserves?
All course reserves in the Veterinary Medicine Library may be checked out for three days. This shorter time period allows more students access to the item.
Who do I contact if I have a question or a problem with course reserves?
Please contact Erin (email@example.com).