Many faculty members choose to place material on reserve in order to ensure that all students in the class have access to it.
This page will help to guide you to the information you need to use this service as a student or faculty member.
During this time that campus is not open to the public, resources that are available for free online have been gathered here for our college community.
The libraries have a selection of resources (including a limited number of textbooks) on reserve for in-library use only. Each faculty member is responsible for placing materials on reserve for a course. Please check with the library staff at your campus for available resources.
Library Course Reserves provides access to course-related readings and other materials selected and put on reserve by a faculty member for students to access. In addition to the Course Reserves housed physically in the Attleboro, Fall River, and New Bedford Libraries, we have an online option for certain materials. Online Course Reserves allow students access 24/7 as long as they have a computer with an internet connection.
What type of material may you place on reserve?
How can I get books not found in the Library collection?
If your class will be utilizing Library Reserves this upcoming semester, please contact the library to confirm the item is available.
If you have not used the Library Course Reserve service before or wish to set up a new reserve, please submit your reserve requests as soon as possible.
Please note, all materials will be taken off reserve at the end of each semester.
Bristol librarians are available to help you with your research. We provide guidance in locating information and using resources available through the library and on the internet. If you need research help, using the chat box is a fast and easy way to reach out to us!