What does it mean when a book is on reserve?
What are Course Reserves?
Course reserves are collections of course-related resources selected by instructors to be set aside from general circulation for student use. Reserves are meant to allow instructors to make high demand materials available to as many students as possible.
To ensure equitable access to material, reserve items are loaned for shorter periods than general circulation items. Instructors have the option of making items available for loan period of two hours, one day or three days.
Items available on course reserve can be searched through the Reserve tab in the library catalogue.
See an example of the reserves in link below:
Type the Course Code for example: SOSC 3121 or the Professor Last Name