Happy First Day of Classes! Looking for your reserve readings or viewings? Here’s what you need to know:
For print reserves: Head to M-Level to check out your print reserves, next to the circulation desk. This is where your professors or teaching assistants will have left print items on reserve for you. Think ahead and bring a call number and title from your reserve list in the catalog. Check out times vary depending on the item and class: it may be as brief as two hours and it may be as long as a week. Make sure you make note of your due date and time and avoid hefty late fines.
Online reserves: You have more than one option! Option One: login here using the password your professor gave you to login. If you’re off campus and want to get in this way, you will need to download the VPN client for off-campus access. Option two: new this semester, you can check the Library Tab in the JHU Portal, where you’ll see reserves for classes that you have already registered for.
Audiovisual reserves: Check these out from the Audiovisual Center on A-Level.
Questions or trouble? Ask a Librarian or leave a comment.