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Course reserves are textbooks and other course materials that instructors have asked the Libraries to make easily accessible to students. There are two types of course reserves. Electronic reserves are materials that Reserves staff scan and upload or provide links ...

We understand the course building process for fall 2020 involves change and uncertainty. Course Reserves will continue to provide both physical and electronic materials to students as allowed by law. We cannot guarantee that all course materials can be made ...

[as of 5/26/20 – subject to change] The Libraries are dedicated to providing library resources and services to faculty, students and staff for the remainder of the spring semester. Visit Library Services Update – May 2020 for latest news about ...

As you transition your class for an online environment, the Libraries’ Course Reserves may be able to help. Submit your requests for required reading and other course materials as soon as possible via ares.binghamton.edu/ Many materials are already accessible online. We ...

The Binghamton University Libraries are accepting course reserve requests for Spring 2020. Instructors should submit requests by January 6 via the Library Course Reserves tool at reserves.binghamton.edu. You can also access this tool via myCourses. Note: Reserve requests will continue to be ...

We are now accepting course reserve requests for Spring 2019. Submit your request by Monday, Jan. 7 to ensure your materials are available on the first day of classes. We are happy to circulate both Libraries-owned materials and course materials ...

Faculty and Instructors: Submit requests now to ensure your students have access to course materials at the Libraries and on Blackboard by the first day of class for the spring semester. Remember, we are happy to circulate not only library ...