Faculty and teaching assistants may place books, articles, or other items on reserve
for specific courses. Electronic reserves are uploaded to myCourses by Reserves staff,
and physical reserves are circulated out of the Newcomb Reading Room in Bartle Library
and the University Downtown Center Library.
See Course Reserves for more information and request forms.
Librarians can collaborate with you and your graduate Teaching Assistants (TAs) in
support of the teaching mission of the University. Our instructional services include:
- Course-specific and general library sessions customized to meet your course goals
and student needs. Librarians can assist with designing effective research assignments.
- Personal research consultations for individuals or small groups of students, faculty
- Creation of web tutorials demonstrating how to use various types of information resources and library services.
To request a library session for your students, use the Library Instruction Request Form.
Subject Librarians and Resources
Subject librarians provide a range of services focusing on a particular area or discipline. They serve
as liaisons between the Libraries and one or more of the University's academic departments,
programs, or schools; initiate the selection and acquisition of materials for the
collections; provide subject-specific instruction in the use of information resources;
and provide general research assistance and specialized research consultation.
Subject guides are created and updated by subject librarians in support of instructional and research
programs. They include links to databases and indexes, electronic journals, and selected