Physical materials from these collections may NOT be placed on Reserves:
Click electronic reserves for more information.
Make arrangements directly with these departments and inform students that items must be used at their respective locations.
For items that are not in the library's collection and require ordering, please supply as much information as possible (publisher, distributor, address/telephone, year, ISBN #, etc). Please allow at least two months for the ordered items to be put on reserve. Only one copy can be purchased due to limited funds.
Can I take out more than one reserve item at a time?
No, except at the discretion of the faculty.
Can I take reserve items out of the library?
Yes, unless it is designated as Library Use Only.
How long can I have it?
The loan period is designated by the faculty and ranges from 2 hours to 7 days. Overnight loans for hourly reserve items are possible from 2 hours before the Hamilton Library Circulation Desk closes and at the discretion of the faculty.
Can I reborrow reserve items?
Reserve items may be reborrowed 15 minutes after the item is returned, or immediately if another copy is available. Cannot be reborrowed less than 15 minutes before closing.
Reserve items cannot be renewed online.
Can I place a hold or a recall on a reserve item?
No, the system will not allow this.
Where can I return a reserve item?
Problem accessing e-books, online articles, or streamed media?
If Hamilton Library is open 24 hours, can I check out reserves whenever I want to?
All of the closed reserves are located at Hamilton Library Circulation Desk and can only be checked out during business hours. Electronic reserves are always available wherever there is internet access.
If I'm trying to access an electronic course reserve and I don't know what my UH username and password are, what should I do?
Your UH username is the first part of your UH email address and your password is the same as when you are logging into e-mail account. The password can be reset by an ITS lab attendant in the CLIC computer labs located in Hamilton and Sinclair Libraries.