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The Art History/Classics Library (AH/C) houses reserves for History of Art and Classics graduate seminars and small undergraduate courses taught in seminar rooms 308B, 308C and 425.  Circulating reserves may be checked out for a 2-hour loan period: graduate students may take reserves out of the library; undergraduates must use them in AH/C. The AH/C Library does not loan its books to other units for reserve, however students may use the books on-site.

Returning Course Reserves

AH/C reserves must be returned to AH/C to avoid any charges.

Finding Course Reserves

Search for items on reserve in OskiCat. Click on the Course Reserves tab and search by Department and Course Number or by Iinstructor.

Guidelines for Faculty to Place Reserve Requests

Reserves for all History of Art and Classics courses NOT scheduled in seminar rooms 308B, 308C and 425, are handled through the Doe & Moffitt Library.

To place materials on course reserve in AH/C, please contact in person or by email Emily Grantz, Circulation Supervisor, 308F Doe Library.

Deadlines for submitting reserves are as follows:

Fall Semester: June 21
Spring Semester: December 20

Note that lists received after these deadlines will be processed in the order received and may not be available at the start of the semester, especially if they are checked out.  If a requested title is not owned by the library or is missing, it can take up to one month or longer to obtain and prepare the item for reserve.

Reserve Lists (not to exceed 50 titles per course) should be submitted with the following information.  Please include Instructor’s Name and Course Number.

1.    Exact title
2.    Author
3.    Edition (if necessary)
4.    Call Number

Reserve lists may also be submitted by filling out the Course Reserve Request Form.

Electronic Reserves

To submit e-reserves for any course please go to bSpace. For help on how to use bSpace, visit Educational Technology Services.

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