Answered By: Chris Pollette
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2015     Views: 22

In many cases, professors link their course reserves to the Blackboard class site. If you haven't already, please check to make sure your professor hasn't already listed or linked to your course reserves that way. Although your professor can change the title of the link, it will probably read something like Library Course Reserves.

 

You can easily see the course reserves for all your classes via Emory's course reserves website. Once you log in with your Emory ID and password, you will be able to see a list of materials on reserve for every class in which you are enrolled for the current semester only. You will not be able to see reserves for upcoming courses until a week or two before the class starts.

In the Fall 2014 semester, you may need to log in to Course Reserves and click the Join a Course link to add yourself to your class listings. Emory Libraries are working on a way to add students automatically and once that has been completed, you will no longer need to register yourself in Course Reserves to see your professors' materials.

 

Thanks go to the Portland State University Library for sharing their Library DIY idea with us!

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