Find Reserve Material

What Are Reserve Materials?

Many faculty identify materials that they decide to require students to read, listen to, or view as a part of their course work. These materials are called Reserves. Following is a list of places to find Reserve Materials:

Type of Reserves What it is How to Find a Particular item Where it is found
Print Reserves Books either owned by the library or by the professor Step 1: Link to CONSORT
Step 2: Click on the Reserves tab
Step 3: Look it up by Faculty Name or Course Name/Number
WOO Reserves: Andrews Circulation and Media Desk
WOO Science Reserves: Circulation Desk in Timken Science Library
eReserves (Electronic Reserves) Scanned articles, book chapters, or streamed audio Step 1: Link to eReserves (Electronic Reserves)
Step 2: Search for the course in eReserves (many search options).
Step 3: Login with the password provided by your professor.
Online from the Libraries’ Home page, the CONSORT Reserves tab, or through a Woodle course page if set up that way.
Media Reserves Videos (VHS & DVD), CD’s (either audio or music), or other media Step 1: Link to CONSORT
Step 2: Click on the Reserves tab
Step 3: Look it up by Faculty Name or Course Name/Number
Andrews Circulation and Media Desk
Scheide Reserves Materials (music CD’s and print materials) set aside for music students to use in the Scheide Music Library Step 1: Link to CONSORT
Step 2: Click on the Reserves tab
Step 3: Look it up by Faculty Name or Course Name/Number
In  the Scheide Music Library on the 2nd floor of Scheide Music Center.

Need Help?

Ask for help navigating the Reserves options at the Andrews Library Research Help Desk (Andrews Library Level 1), the Timken Science Library Circulation Desk, the Andrews Circulation and Media Desk, or one of the following Library Staff :

Patti McVay Gorrell (Head of Circulation and Media Services),  Gwen Short (Science Library Associate), or Michael Buttrey (electronic reserves).