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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Updates & Information: Course Reserves

Course Reserves:

Due to social distancing requirements, course reserves are being offered in a limited capacity for the Fall 2020 semester. Reserves will be located in the Reading Room on the first floor of Butler Library. Please review this page for information on reserves policy:

WARNING: Course Reserve books may be used by multiple patrons and not sanitized between uses.

Reserve a Seat in Course Reserves

  • A limited number of course reserve books will be available in the Reading Room by reservation starting 9/8/20.

  • It is preferable to replace physical course reserves with an electronic alternative. Librarians will work with instructors to identify online resources to support their teaching. Limited scanning may be possible upon faculty request, but copyright restrictions apply. Please contact the library using our Ask Us service

  • Course reserves will only be available from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday. You must book your appointment in advance, the maximum allotted time is (2) hours with no more than (6) people simultaneously using the room. 

  • Please stay socially distant while in the Reading Room.

  • For your safety, please use proper sanitation. Gloves, Virex, and hand sanitizer are located in the Reading Room.

Current List of Course Reserve Titles

Course & Instructor Reserve Title
AAS101 Herman Barracoon 
AAS351/SOC351 Herman Race and Racisms
ANT101 Mccollum Cultural Anthropology(green)
ANT101 Nguyen Cultural Anthropology(white)
ARA101 Merini Arabiyyat al-Naas
BUS312 Ricigliano  Survey of Accounting
BUS324/BUS424 Schwartz Writing that Works
BUS424 Schwartz Intercultural Business Communications
BUS348 Bristol E-Commerce
CHE110 Herter Introductory Chemistry
COM100 Media Literacy 
COM100 Intro to Mass Communication
COM100 Baggage Claims
COM450 Wliao News: the Politics of Illusion
COM450 Wliao Media Effects Advances in Theory and Research
CRS205 Burnett Exploring the nature of creativity 
CRS303 Yodess Public speaking for success- strategies 
CWP101 Sullivan/102 Curious Writer
ECO103 Fisher Economic transformation of america
ENG304 Bard Blockbusters: A reference guide to film genres
EXE100 Jacob Special Education in Contemporary Society (7th edition)
EXE100 Patti Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key
EXE100 Patti Out of my Mind
EXE100 Patti Fish in a Tree
EXE100 Patti Rules
EXE100 Posluszny Special Education in Contemporary Society
FAR250 Gardner's Art 16th ed
FAR250 Gardner's Art 15th ed
FAR250 Gardner's Art 15th ed Vol 1
FAR250 Gardner's Art 15th ed Vol 2
FTT450 Going Global
FTT358/488 Fashion Forecasting
GEG101 Tang Elemental Geosystems
GEG425 Tang Introductory Geographic Information Systems
HEW204 Panek-Shirley Health Now An Integrative Approach to Personal Health
HEW304 Panek-Shirley Exercise Physiology Theory and Application to Fitness and Performance
HIS313 Norman History of the modern middle east
HIS313 Norman Sources in the history of the modern middle east
MUS206 Foundations of American Popular Music Popular Music & the Underground
MUS208 Nicely World music
PHI101 Blessing Educated A memoir
PHI101/300 Blessing How to be a Stoic
PHI300 Blessing Nature and Value of happiness
PHI300 Blessing Excellent sheep
PHI300 Blessing Aristotle's Way
PHI300 Blessing Philosophy as a way of Life
PHI300 Blessing Happiness Hypothesis
PHI300 Blessing How to be an Epicurean
PSY101 Essentials of Understanding Psychology
PSY392 Bellus Understanding abnormal behavior
SOC100 Stewart Sociology in action
SOC240 Kumek Social problems
SOC300 Joyce Basics of social research
SOC322 Joyce Sociology of childhood
SOC328 Kumek The air we breathe: The sociology of religion
SPC307 Liao Effective group discussion
SPF302 Fish/303 Edpsych modules
SWK220 Myles-Day Social work an empowering profession
SWK301 Nickel and Dimed
SWK301 SWK301 Poverty and Public Policy
SWK423 Harrison Direct social work practice
SLP101 Signing Naturally 
THA316 Seinen Script Analysis II
UED632 Carter Teaching to Transgress
UNC100 Paige On Course: Strategies for creating success in college, career, and life
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