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The Great Migration: African American History: Reserves

Searching Reserves

Faculty members will put material on Reserve to be sure that all members of the class can use the same material.  Any type of library material can be placed on Reserve: Books, Articles, Videos or DVDs etc.

Reserve books and paper copies of articles can be checked out for a limited amount of time at the Checkout Desk.  (The amount of time material can be checked out wil vary). 

Videos and DVDs on Reserve can be viewed in the AV Department (Lower Level)

Go the the Library homepage, roll over Catalog and search either by Professor OR by Course

Locate the item you want. Then bring the call number  to the Checkout Desk and request the item.

 

 

e-Reserve

e-Reserve

If your teacher has put material such as articles or book chapters on electronic reserve (e-Reserve) then you can access them easily from the Connelly Library Catalog.

 

 

Once you find a list of the material on e-Reserve for your particular class, click on the link to View this Document Online.  Then use your MyLasalle username and password to access the document.  Only the usernames and passwords of members of your class will open the documents.  This is because of copyright restrictions.  Below see an example of what an e-Reserve catalog record looks like: