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Kettering University Library - Information: Course Reserves

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FAQ : Students & Reserves

Does the library have my textbook?

The library purchases textbooks as a service to students. Check if we have your book here. It may be a print textbook, an ebook, or available as both.

What if the library doesn't have my textbook/ebook?

The library may be able to add it. Contact the Circulation Desk: email or call (810-762-7814). Keep in mind that it takes up to six weeks for us to obtain new textbooks. In the meantime, we may be able to provide a digital copy or a physical copy on loan from our consortium, Michigan Electronic Library, or Inter-Library Loan.

How do I borrow Print Reserves? 

Use your KU Student ID card at the Library's Circulation Desk to borrow reserves. Please ask the librarian or library worker for the materials for your course. It helps if you have the course title, number, and section, or title of the reserve resource you're looking for. Library staff can otherwise help you find it if you know the instructor's name.

How long can I borrow Print Reserves? 

You may borrow reserve items for 30 days.

How do I return Print Reserves?

Reserve materials can be placed in the library hallway Return Slot. 

Can I place a hold on Print Reserves?

No, you cannot. You must wait for the return of the material.

‚ÄčWhat are eReserves and where do I find them?

eReserves (previously known as Cribs) are authorized items placed in the library by professors that are scanned to a PDF file and uploaded to BlackboardYou use your Kettering Student ID and password to access them at any time. You must first login to Blackboard.

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