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Course Reserves (electronic & physical)
The Donald B. Watt Library offers course reserves and electronic course management to enhance curricular offerings. All required readings and recommended readings will be placed on reserve based on faculty submission of the textbook order form for non-commercial, educational usage. Faculty also have the option of adding “reserve only” titles to the textbook order form so students have a good idea of what books will be used during the course of a semester.
SIT e-reserves consists of readings (book chapters, journal articles or websites) selected by the faculty for individual courses. e-Reserves are password protected, for login information please refer to your courses Moodle page or contact your faculty member.
View details on accessing course e-reserves here.
Brattleboro Campus: Copies of all course required textbooks are available for self check-out 24 hrs a day / 7 days a week. Course reserve shelves are located in the quiet study room off of the library. Any material taken from the reserve shelf MUST BE CHECKED OUT whether the material will be taken out of the library or not.
To search course reserves by course title or instructor name click here.
DC Campus: Copies of all course required textbooks are available for check out. Please contact Joyce.Howland@sit.edu for details.
To view complete Course Reserves Policy here.
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