Getting ready to teach this spring? NYU Libraries can place books, DVDs, and personal materials on reserve for your course or link to library e-resources. This enables your students to save money on course materials, and get access to the information they need. Submit your reserve request now for the Spring semester
What are Course Reserve materials?
Course Reserve materials are items that instructors have requested the library to place on reserve for their students. In order to facilitate sharing of high-use materials, loan periods are generally shorter (2 hours to 3 days, depending on material type).
How can faculty place materials on reserve?
Required course-related materials can be placed on reserve by the Libraries staff. Course Reserves materials include print items (available at Bobst, Dibner, Courant, and Brause Libraries), as well as audio and video items, and music books and scores (available at the Avery Fisher Center (AFC)).
Placing Course Reserve requests is an easy process, so make yours now!
Find more details on Course Reserves in our FAQs.