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Library: Reserves

What are Reserves?


Reserves are high demand resources (books, articles, etc.) that are specific to courses being offered each semester.
Typically before each semester starts, professors will ask library staff to place these items behind the reference/circulation desk to be used for in library use only. This gives the ability for students to use these materials.

How do I view course reserves?


Reserves are held behind the reference/circulation desk. Please ask a staff member to see a reserve. Reserves are for in library use only and cannot leave the library. Reserves can be borrowed for 2 hours. If needed longer, please ask a staff member.

Professor Request Form


Professor's please use this form to request items to be put on reserve each semester.

Summer 2019 Course Reserves


COURSE SECT COURSE TITLE BOOK TITLE AUTHOR(S) INSTRUCTOR Edition
BIO 203 E1 Microbiology Microbiology: An Introduction Tortora & Funke D.Rader 12th* (we have 11th)
BIO 203 Z1 Microbiology Microbiology: An Introduction Tortora & Funke Palaniswany 12th* (we have 11th)
BIO 209 ALL Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture Anatomy & Physiology with Connect  Seeley All Instructors  11th* (we have 9th & 12th)
BIO 210 ALL Anatomy & Physiology I I Lecture Anatomy & Physiology with Connect  Seeley All Instructors  11th* (we have 9th & 12th)
BIO 300  E1 Applied Kinesiology  Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy Lippert A. Brisport 6th
ENG 100 E1 Language Skills A Writer's Reference Hacker A. Ledoux 9th
ENG 211 ALL Critical Inquiry and Writing  A Writer's Reference Hacker All Instructors  9th
ENG 211 ALL Critical Inquiry and Writing  Practical Argument   All Instructors  3rd
ENG 300 H1 Advanced Composition Arguing Across Disciplines a Rhetoric & Reader Hirschberg W.Trever 1st
ENG 300 H1 Advanced Composition Publication Manual of the American Psychology APA W.Trever 6th
MAT 200 E1 Statistics Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Gravetter & Wallnau J. Castro 10th* (we have 9th)
NUR 130 E1 Nursing III Davis Drug Guide   staff 16th
NUR 410 S2 Pharmacology Pharmacology for Nurses Adams McCoy 5th
OCT 215 W1 OT Psychosocial Dys. Practice Mental health concepts and techniques for the occupational therapy assistant Early L.Desserre 5th
PHI 300 Z1 Health Care Ethics Health Care Ethics  McGeehan & Garrett D. Hoffman 6th* (we have 5th)
PNC 102 W1 Fundamentals of Practical Nursing II Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing Williams/Hopper Powell/Petrie 6th* (we have 5th)
PNC 102 W1 Fundamentals of Practical Nursing II Safe Maternity & Pediatric Nursing Care Linnard-Palmer/Coats Powell/Petrie 1st
PSY 200 D1 Develop. Psychology Life Span Development  Boyd & Bee M. Washco 7th* (we have 6th)
PSY 200 Z2 Develop. Psychology Life Span Development  Boyd & Bee P. Byrne 7th* (we have 6th)
PSY 300 H2 Organizational psychology Industrial Organizational Psychology: Understanding the Workplace   Levy M. Washco 5th
SCI 100 Z1 Medical Term & Conditions Medical Terminology Systems A body systems approach Gylys, Wedding C.Theimer 8th
SOC 101 Z1 Intro to Sociology Essentials of Sociology-A Down to Earth Approach Henslin D. Smith 12th* (we have 11th)
SOC 300 Z1 Medical Sociology The immortal life of Henrietta lacks Skloot V.Fitzpatrick n/a
SOC 300 Z1 Medical Sociology The Spirit Catches You & You Fall Down Fadiman V.Fitzpatrick n/a

*we have older editions of these reserves