General Class Reserves FAQs
Reserves Services desk is responsible for the check in/out of AVM materials, class reserves
- AVM (VHS and DVD) items
- Class Reserves items on physical reserve
- Cuje collection
- Ethernet cables
- Whiteboard markers
- AVM and Cuje: 5 days for students/courtesy card holders, 7 days for faculty/staff
- Class Reserve Items: 2 hours, 4 hours, 1 day, 3 day, 7 day (as determined by professor)
- Ethernet cables: 6 hours
- White board markers: 4 hours
- AVM and Cuje: $1/day overdue, maximum of $5/item
- 2/4/6 hour check outs: $1/hour overdue
- 1/3/7 day check outs: $2/day overdue
Items may be returned at the 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. 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”)
- Search in ARES by your professor’s last name (you may also search by department or course number, but by professor is recommended).
- Add the course to your ARES account by clicking on the green “+” and enter the password provided by your professor.
- After you add the course to your account, it will show up on your main page for the duration of the semester
All physical Class Reserve items are available for check-out from the Reserve Services desk in the lower level of Raynor Library during the library’s business hours.
Physical 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 Reserve Services desk in the lower level of the Raynor Library, and are denoted by a blue flag on the ARES class list.
Electronic 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.”
- Ares is a database that manages the supplementary material (books, articles, videos, etc.) professors assign to their classes. Material can be offered in its physical form (for a limited loan period) or electronically (for individual download by students). Each semester professors create or clone their courses in Ares and then submit items for reserve. Students access these course lists using the password their professor has established.
- For instructions on how to create or clone a class, add Reserve items, or access your Ares account, see the Class Reserves page for Instructors and TAs.
- Reserve staff are available to process Ares requests during the following
- Monday – Thursday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
- If the item is readily available, Class Reserves is able to process most materials within 24 hours or 1 business day. Requests made after processing hours or over the weekend will be attended to on the next business day.
- If the item needs to be recalled, ordered, or cannot be located, Class Reserves will notify you as soon as possible to work out an alternative.
- If the library has electronic access to the article, we will link to it directly.
- If the library does not have electronic access, we will scan and upload a .pdf of the article for your students to download.
- Class Reserves will scan and upload a small percentage of a title for electronic reserve and download by students.
- Items on physical reserve do not require copyright permission.
- Items on electronic reserve generally require copyright permission
- Items being offered electronically for the first time do not need copyright permission under Fair Use
- Items Marquette owns electronic access do not require copyright
- Items scanned (from books, periodicals, etc.) do require copyright
Do I need to get copyright permission in order to offer something on Reserve?
- No. Our staff will pursue copyright permission in required cases.
Raynor Memorial Libraries
P. O. Box 3141
Milwaukee, WI 53201-3141
Phone: (414) 288-7253
Christine Pivonka 288-8760
Elizabeth Wawrzyniak 288-6445
Barb Mollberg 288-1500
Thomas Doyle 288-3604
Kerry Olivetti 288-7555
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John Lunt 288-2029
Vicki Meinecke 288-2031
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