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Using the new electronic reserves system.
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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If you have any issues with the e-reserves service that are not resolved by this guide, please call us at 244-3773 during business hours or email


Logging In and Out

To access the new electronic reserves system, click the link below and log in with your NetID and your NetID Password.

You MUST close all browser windows before you will be fully logged out.

E-Reserves System (opens in a new tab)


Seeing Courses

When you first log into the new system, you will not see your courses. Course information is updated every several hours.

Upcoming courses that have e-reserves become visible to enrolled students one week before the course starts.

If you add a course to your schedule, the e-reserves will not be visible until the following day.

If you are not seeing current courses that you know have e-reserves, and today was not the first time you logged into this system, please phone B.A. Davis-Howe at 244-3773 during normal business hours for troubleshooting.



The "Instructor Help" tab in this Reserves LibGuide has multiple subpages.  To see them, hover over the "Instructor Help" tab, and they will display as a dropdown menu.


Instructor View introduces you to the interface, showing how you can view and access your e-reserves.

Submitting New Reserves shows how you can submit new items for your e-reserves.

Reusing Reservesshows how you can reuse e-reserves.

  • Copy to multiple sections within one semester.
  • Reuse a list from previous semesters.

Course Proxies shows how you can give TAs and others the ability to act as your proxy for e-reserves.

Email Notifications shows how you can get notifications when your requests have been completely processed.

Learning Management Systems provides information about how to link e-reserves within an LMS.

Distance Education provides special information for instructors of online courses.



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