Trying to relax after a brutal fall semester? Spending your time dreaming of hot cocoa around the fire with snowflakes outside the window? Teaching an Intersession 2013 course, but missed the best service submission deadline for course reserves?

Never fear! It is not too late to request books, readings, and AV materials for reserve. Whether you’re teaching David Foster Wallace or malware, all you have to do is visit our website and choose an option to submit your reserve readings/AV requests. You may email your syllabus, or, if you have ten or fewer requests, you may submit them electronically through our interactive PDF forms. Wondering about our new e-reserve management system (Ares)? For more on Ares, check out the informational page on our website.

We can accommodate Impressionism, Matlab, and J.R.R. Tolkien—just let us know! For general questions about course reserves, please see our FAQ or contact us directly at reserves@jhu.edu. We also welcome in-person visits and queries at our offices. In no time at all you’ll be able to concentrate on the other important things in life, be it shoveling snow or holiday baking!


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