AU library has traditional course reserves (books, DVDs, or music CDs) and electronic reserves. Traditional reserves are located at the library circulation desk, main floor. Instructors placing items on reserve determine length of the reserve period, hours or days, and whether the item may leave the library.

Electronic reserves, also known as e-reserves or e-res, are located online and require password authentication to access. Instructors using e-reserves will provide students with a password for access.

Interested in reserves?
Review placing items on reserves (faculty) for more information.

Questions about reserves?
Please contact Judi Humphrey, Head of Circulation & Reserves, at x5400.

Questions about e-reserve policy?
View the E-Reserves policy page for details, including an overview of fair use and our full e-reserve policy.



E-Reserves (articles & electronic files)

Non-electronic Reserves (books, CDs, DVDs)

Placing Items on Reserve (for faculty)