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In this tutorial you will learn how to search for and access your course reserves. Opening slide. Scholar OneSearch: Finding Your Course Reserves.
What are course reserves? A professor may set aside or reserve materials for class reading and use These can include books, articles or even videos. Course reserves have shortened loan periods and are often restricted to in-library use, except for electronic content like e-books or streaming videos. Let's do a quick walk through on how to find course reserves. Slide with book, article, and disk icons and text duplicated in audio.
On the library homepage use the Scholar OneSearch drop down menu to select course reserves enter the course code or your professor's name in the search box. ScholarOne Search box on the Northeastern University Library website homepage. Presenter uses the dropdown menu to select Course Reserves and types 'Ling 2350' in the search box, then clicks search.
What you see now is your course reserves list. You can click on a title for its record and more information. ScholarOne Search for 'Ling 2350' in Course Reserves. Presenter clicks on the title of 'The Structure of Jacaltec' from the results list and the item record opens.
Some final things to note about course reserves. They can be checked out at the Help & Information Desk on the first floor of the library and you may only borrow one reserve item at a time. Most reserve items can be checked out for  hours. Remember if you don't return reserve items within the allotted time you will be charged an overdue fee.

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  • To borrow materials on reserve, visit the help & information desk on the first floor of Snell Library during regular service hours. You must provide a current NU Husky ID to borrow course reserve materials.
  • You may only borrow one reserve item at a time.
  • Most reserve items can be checked out for 3 hours and may not leave the library; a select few are available for 24 hour loan and can leave the library overnight.
  • Fines are charged for overdue items.
Need help? Have questions? Ask a Librarian. Call, email, chat or visit us in person. Closing Slide: Ask a Librarian