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Last Updated: Dec 10, 2013 URL: http://guides.library.yale.edu/reserves Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Reserves Calendar

November 15, 2013 (Tentative)

Spring 2014 reserves lists are available for activation via Classes*v2. 

December 20, 2013

Fall 2013 Print and e-Reserve lists are deactivated. Print reserves return to regular circulation policies. 


Spring 2014 Reserves Information

The Spring 2014 Course Reserves season is almost upon us!  Please note that all Course Reserves requests should be submitted through the new system via Classes*v2.

When you receive email notification that your Classes*v2 site is live for your Spring 2014 courses, you will be able to activate your Course Reserves list and submit your reserves requests (as well as re-use materials from previously taught classes).

If you experience any difficulty adding the Course Reserves tool to your Classes*v2 site, please contact reserves@yale.edu for immediate assistance.


Quick View

Classes*v2 is the entry point for Yale University Library course reserves. Please follow the instructions below in order to access your reserve lists.


1. Activate course reserves in your Classes V*2 site using Site Info/Edit Tools
2. Use Add Reserve Item to add items from the library.
3. Tag items to make them easy to find. For example, tag all first week readings "week 1."

More detailed instructions are available in this guide under Information for Faculty.


The "course reserves" link in Classes*v2 is the gateway to all materials on reserve.

Books and print materials on reserve at all libraries are held at the circulation desk. Some reserve materials at Bass are kept in the general collection.

More detailed instructions are available in this guide under Information for Students.


Get Started

Go to Course Reserves in Classes*v2.


Contact Reserves Staff

Send general reserve questions to reserves@yale.edu.

For specific Yale course reserves:

Arts Library
Email: samuel.jungeblut@yale.edu, christopher.zollo@yale.edu
Phone: 2-2643

Bass Library
Email: reserves@yale.edu
Phone: 2-1872

Email: csssieres@mailman.yale.edu,
Phone: 2-3439

Divinity Library
Email: susan.burdick@yale.edu,
Phone: 2-5288

Medical Library
Email: pamela.gibson@yale.edu


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