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Using Course Reserves

This page is intended for students. If you are a faculty member interested in placing items on course reserve, please see the page on Placing Course Reserves.

Brennan Library offers course reserves as arranged by professors each semester. Items on course reserve can be checked out for 2 hours and can not leave the library.

To search for items on course reserve, access the library catalog. You can search for:

  • Course code (e.g., FASH-200)
  • Course code + professor's last name (e.g., HIST-212 Piel)
  • Course name (e.g., Managerial Accounting)
  • Title
  • Author

If you have any questions on course reserves, please ask a librarian.

Books currently on general reserve:

American Psychological Association Diagnostic and statistical manual: mental disorders, 5th edition (DSM-V)
American Psychological Association Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Anson, Chris M. The Longman pocket writer's companion
Columbia Law Review, et al. The bluebook: a uniform system of citation
Machi, Lawrence A. &
McEvoy, Brenda T.
The literature review: six steps to success
Modern Language Association MLA handbook, 8th edition
Modern Language Association MLA handbook for writers of research papers, 7th edition
Pringle, Michael &
Gonzales, John
APA style of documentation: A pocket guide
Spooner, Ruth Hopkins Lasell's first century, 1851-1951
Winslow, Donald J. Lasell: a history of the first junior college for women

This list is current as of 10/2/19. For the most up-to-date information, or information on course reserves, please contact the circulation desk at 617-243-2244, or email the library.