Information about Course Reserves
Course reserves are going online for Fall 2020
During the continued outbreak of COVID-19, some changes have been made to the course reserve processes. Most importantly, for the Fall of 2020, our focus will be on providing electronic materials for reserve whenever possible.
In the upcoming semester, there may be longer delays in processing reserves requests as we try and locate items in digital format or scan them from physical items. We urge you to submit your course reserves request as early as you can before the start of the semester.
The University of Arkansas Libraries provide Course Reserves service in support of the teaching and research activities of the university.
Course Reserves are high-use items that an instructor has selected and requested that the library set aside for a particular group of users. Course reserve materials may include: books, journal articles, and audio and video materials.
The Libraries subscribe to a number of streaming media services. We are also happy to work with you to license films for your course.
Note that often streaming films are licensed for a limited time period; they must be repurchased every semester.
Questions about obtaining video for your class? Contact our Multimedia Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.