Answered By: Neal Smith Last Updated: Nov 17, 2016 Views: 2
Library reserves are materials that the library staff have determined are high-demand but which are not course reserves. Any item in the library’s collection may be put on library reserve. Materials are place on library reserve at the discretion of the circulation coordinator and the collection development team. Library reserve materials may circulate for either 3 days or 2 hours, depending on the level of demand. Materials remain on library reserve until the circulation coordinator determines that demand no longer justifies it.
For more information about library reserves, please see our Reserves Policy.