Answered By: Deb Ehrstein
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2014     Views: 59

Reserves are materials and resources which have been set aside at a specific library by a professor to be used for a class; they can be either print or electronic.

Physical course reserves (i.e., books, print materials, DVDs) have a call number and are listed in the Library's catalog.

Log in to Ares, our eReserves system, to access scanned articles, links to video/audio, and a list of other materials on Reserve.

Visit http://library.wustl.edu/units/reserve/student.html or contact Reserve staff (5-5451) for further assistance. 

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