Reserves Information for Students

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Loan Periods

Reserve books: 2 hours, 1 day, or 3 day

Reserve media: 4 hours

Borrowing limit: 3 items per patron

Electronic Reserves (ERes)

Electronic Reserves

Forgot Your Course Password?

Your professor should give you your ERes password. If you forget your password, please go here.

Best Browsers for Viewing ERes

ERes is best viewed with either Firefox or Safari. (Chrome and Internet Explorer are not optimal; please see more below)

Microsoft Edge users must click the (...) button on the top right corner of the browser and select "Open with Internet Explorer"

Internet Explorer version 10 & 11 users must turn on "compatibility view" in the tools menu. Instructions are located here

Books and Media

MIDCAT Reserves: search by faculty last name or course number

Film Screening Policy

To ensure availability and quality, films scheduled to be screened by Media Services staff will be set aside after cleaning, repairing (if needed) and verifying availability. On the day of a scheduled screening, films may not be borrowed prior to the screening. Students may borrow films after a screening, or on any day prior to the day of the scheduled screening, and regular reserve loan guidelines apply.

This policy only applies to films listed in the daily screening schedule.

Films scheduled for classroom screenings may be used outside the Libraries; please return immediately after the screening.

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