Course Reserves Service
The University of Arkansas Libraries Course Reserves service allows faculty and instructors to make recommended or required course materials available to their students, whether those materials are print, electronic, video, or audio.
Course Reserves are made available to students in two different ways:
- Electronic Reserves (e-reserves) are items such as journal articles, book chapters, lecture notes, or test examples, that are converted into digital files and made available through your Blackboard course.
- Print and Meda Reserves are placed at the appropriate service desk with limited check out times to allow all students in a particular course to share the materials equitably.
You may search for print and media reserves by instructor or class in our online catalog.
The Course Reserves service operates within copyright and fair use guidelines and is not intended to replace course packs sold through the University book store.