Library Reserves

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The UNB Course Reserves Service helps ensure student access to required reading/viewing materials by taking high-demand items out of regular circulation. Course Reserves also allow students to easily search and retrieve course material.

These materials are submitted by your professor to the Hans W Klohn Commons and are kept at the Information Desks (or, in the case of e-reserves, online).

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Finding Reserves

To see what materials your professor has put on reserve for your course, follow these steps.

  1. Go to the Library website.
  2. Click on the Reserves module.
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  4. In the Reserves search bar, type in the course number or professor's name. Alternately, you can log in at this point for a list of your courses.
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  6. Select your course from the list of results and you should see all the materials on reserve.

Types of Reserves

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Physical (#1)

Books or other physical materials will be listed under your course as Reserve Collection and will indicate the loan period. Most reserves are limited to a 2 Hour Loan. If the reserve is currently being used by another patron, you see a message reading CHECKEDOUT.

To borrow a physical reserve, ask Hans W Klohn Commons staff for the book title at the Information Desks. You will need your student ID to check out any material.

e-Reserve (#2)

Reserves that are available electronically will have a link next to their title in the list of your course reserves.

To view them, click on the link and log in if prompted. These reserves are not available at the HWK Commons.