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A guide to library reserves for faculty, instructors and students.
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2014 URL: http://brandeis.libguides.com/reserves Print Guide RSS Updates

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Overview

Library Reserves are books, videos and other materials that faculty members and instructors set aside for class reading and course work. We encourage faculty members and instructors to place all required course materials on reserve to ensure that these high demand items are available to all of your students. Our services are offered to any faculty, staff, or teaching assistants affiliated with Brandeis University.

Physical reserves (books, DVDs, CDs) are kept behind the Information & Borrowing desk in the Goldfarb Library and have restricted borrowing rules. Electronic course materials (readings, ebooks, videos and other media) can be made available through LATTE.

Reserves Coordinator

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Alexis Scanzani
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Goldfarb Library, Level 2
781-736-4630
ascanzani@brandeis.edu
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Library Reserves Request Form

Faculty members & instructors may put books and media on reserve by filling out the form below (more about materials that are accepted for reserve).

Please allow 2-3 business days to process reserve requests for library-owned materials, and 5+ business days to order and process purchase requests for reserve materials. Requests submitted within 2 weeks of the first day of classes will experience significantly longer processing times.

Reserve requests are processed: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm (excluding University staff holidays).

If you have any questions, please email reserve@brandeis.edu or call 781-736-4630.


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