From the Main Library homepage, look for the Course Reserves section in the middle of the page.
You will want to search "All Course Reserves" which takes you to the library's Classic Catalog. You can search by course or instructor. (We selected AAS:100 as the course.)
A search will bring up all course materials currently available for this instructor or course--including books, media, and electronic reserves.
After searching on a course or instructor, you'll get a page that looks like the one below. Notice the various materials listed, their location (which library you need to go to), call number, and status (if they are available or not). For more information, or access to online resources, click on the title of the reserve you are interested in.
Books will generally say "Library Location: Departmental Library Reserves" and will display a Call Number directly after this label:
Some books will say "Multiple Holdings. Click for details." This means that the library has more than one copy of this book. If you click on "Multiple Holdings" and scroll down through a book's record, you'll see the different locations. At least one will say "temporarily shelved at Departmental Library Reserves." However, you may see other copies that are available for regular (non-reserve) check-out at various library locations. Those might be a good option if you want the book for longer than two hours.
E-Reserves can be located using the above methods or by searching for "Electronic Reserves Only" from the Course Reserves page. E-reserves are book chapters, journal articles, lecture notes, or other photocopied material that have been placed online for class access.
In the new system, reserves will be grouped by class.
*Note, when you first login to the new system, you will not see your courses until the information is updated overnight.