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Seton Hall University Libraries: Course Reserves

What are e-reserves?

Course Reserves

Print Reserves

Print course reserves are located at the circulation desk, 2nd floor of the Walsh library in front of the entrance.  

Electronic Reserves (eReserves)

eReserves are course readings and other materials selected by the course faculty that are digitized and/or made available via the Blackboard interface in order to comply with copyright rules. 

How to Access eReserves
  • Log into your Pirate Net account
  • Click on Blackboard at the upper right of site
  • Click on the course under My Courses from which you wish to view eResources
  • On the left navigational bar, click on Library Resources
  • If there are eReserves on file for the course, a link will be listed there
  • Click the PDF from the resulting list to view the eReserve item or
  • Click on link to identify item that is at the Circulation Desk in library
Click here to view How to Access eReserves in Blackboard tutorial ​​
Find information regarding our course reserve policies click here.
To submit an eReserve request, please use the Faculty request form.
 
Need help?  Contact:
Access Services
circulation@shu.edu
(973) 761-9435

How to Access eReserves in Blackboard

eReserves FAQ

What are eReserves?

The term eReserves —short for electronic reserves—is a term that is generally utilized to describe course readings and other materials selected by the course faculty that are digitized and/or made available via the library website or other Piratenet login protected portal.

What is the benefit of eReserves?

The benefit of e-reserves is that the course readings is twofold. First, the materials are available free of charge, and second, the readings are available simultaneously to all students in the class, at any time, and from any location.

Who has access to eReserves?

Only SHU students with valid Piratenet credentials have access to e-reserve materials. To access the materials, please follow the directions below. For more information, please see our Course Reserve policy at: http://library.shu.edu/library/course-reserves

 

Finding Your Course Reserves In Blackboard

Need to find electronic reserves for your classes?  Click here for more information about where to find them in Blackboard.