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This guide explains how you can access library services and resources, updated for the 2022-23 academic year. It includes information about hours & services available for students, faculty, and guests at the Elihu Burritt Library.
Assigned readings and other materials for a class are put on reserve in the library so that all students have access to the material. These "course reserves" include books (including some textbooks), photocopied material, class notes, videos, CDs, etc. To access course reserves, you need a valid BlueNet ID and password. Physical materials are available in the library for short term loans ranging from 2 hours to 7 days (overdue reserves are fined at $.50 per hour or day). Materials on reserve are searched in CentralSearch's Course Reserves scope.
Some reserves are also available in digital format. Review the "How to find digital course reserves" box below for more information.
This guide shows you how to find and use course reserves that are digitized & offered through the library's CentralSearch (Primo/Alma) system. You will need to have your Bluenet ID to login to the system tor use these materials.
Sign in to CentralSearch
Go to "Collections"
Go to the "Digital Course Reserves" collection
Find the digital course reserve material by choosing your professor's name
Find the file needed to fulfill your course assignment from the list
In the record for that file, there will be a link to the PDF file - choose "file/pdf"
Click to download or print the digital course reserves material
How to access digital course reserves - video tutorial