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Chalk - Access Library Course Reserves in Chalk (Instructors and Students)

This article explains how students and instructors can use the Chalk interface to access course reserve materials.

Course reserves are high-demand resources assigned for a specific course and are available through Chalk. Articles, book chapters, or essays on reserve are available electronically (e-reserve). Books, films, music or other items that are not available online are placed physically "on reserve" at the University of Chicago Library. These items are held at the circulation desk at the library and are available on short loan (2 hours, 4 hours, and occasionally 24 or 48 hours).

Below is a guide that provides step-by-step instructions for accessing course reserves in Chalk:

How Do I Find Course Reserves?

For additional assistance accessing course reserves, visit Ask a Librarian.

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Keywords:articles, Blackboard, faculty, journals, book, resources, periodicals, books, ereserve, e-reserve, book_chapter, course_material, LMS   Doc ID:33211
Owner:LaQuanda J.Group:University of Chicago
Created:2013-09-05 12:11 CDTUpdated:2017-03-29 10:17 CDT
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