Ares is the name of the Class Reserves management software system.
Class Reserves Services desk is responsible for the check in/out of AVM materials, and Class Reserve materials.
Items may be returned at the Class Reserve Services desk, the Circulation desk, or at the Wisconsin Ave book drop when Library Services are closed.
The Class Reserves & Media Services Desk is located on the lower level of Raynor Library. Class Reserves holds supplemental class material provided by your professor. These materials are listed in your professor’s ARES class list. Class Reserve holdings include, but are not limited to, copies of class readings, previous tests and or other materials as requested by your professor. These items may be available for check-out or for electronic download via Ares.
Access the login page for ARES, and then use your Checkmarq username and password to login. (The first time you log in to ARES you will be asked to fill out a short registration form—click “For Students”)
All physical Class Reserve items are available for check-out from the Class Reserve Services desk in the lower level of Raynor Library during the library’s business hours.
Physical Class Reserve items may be items owned by the library or items supplied by the professor that are available for a limited check-out period. These items are all located behind the Class Reserve Services desk in the lower level of the Raynor Library, and are denoted by a blue flag on the ARES class list.
Electronic Class Reserve items may include links to articles, web-pages, or PDF files for individual download. These items are accessible through the ARES class list for your course. Electronic items are denoted by either a .pdf symbol or a small blue/green browser icon. Clicking on the title will take you the next page where you can access the material by clicking the link “View This Item.”
Class Reserve staff are available to process Ares requests during the following times:
Physical Class Reserve: these items do not require copyright permission.
Electronic Class Reserve: Items on electronic Class Reserve generally do require copyright permission.
Do I need to get the copyright permission in order to offer something on Class Reserve?
|Thomas Doyle||(414) email@example.com|
|Kerry Olivetti||(414) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Evening & Weekend
|Dave Frymark||(414) email@example.com|
|Jim LaBrasca||(414) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Daniel Schlitz||(414) email@example.com|