Putting Items on Reserve

Please note that only Faculty and teaching staff can place materials on reserve.

Howard-Tilton Reserve

Books

To place books on reserve, please bring them directly to the Circulation Desk, along with the completed  Book Reserve Form. Printed copies of this form are also available at the Circulation Desk. Contact Cortney Labadie at (504) 865-5689 for more information.

Articles & Book Chapters

Journal articles or book chapters may be placed on electronic reserve using the Blackboard course management system. This system allows professors to place copies of articles and chapters in PDF format on individual class web pages. For more information about Blackboard, contact the Innovative Learning Center at 862-8594.

Media

To place Music & Media Center materials (video or sound recordings) on physical reserve, please complete the Media Course Reserves Form. Printed copies of this form also available in the Music and Media Center, located on the 4th floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Contact Douglas Park at (504) 862-8645  for more information.

To place sound recordings on e-Audio Reserves, please complete the E-Audio Reserve Request Form. Please note, the Music & Media Center can digitize or import nearly any format of recording in our collection into a streaming audio file and make it available for online streaming via your Blackboard page. If you require a recording not already in our collection we will make every effort to purchase it. Streaming, non-downloadable E-Audio Reserves can be made available for the duration of the semester during which the materials will be studied or for any portion of the semester. Contact BJ Blue (bblue1@tulane.edu) at (504) 862-8644 for more information.

Architecture Reserve

Books

To place books on reserve at the Architecture Library, please bring them directly to the Architecture Circulation Desk, along with the completed Architecture Book Reserves form.

Articles & Book Chapters

Journal articles or book chapters may be placed on electronic reserve using the Blackboard course management system. This system allows professors to place copies of articles and chapters in PDF format on individual class web pages. For more information about Blackboard, contact the Innovative Learning Center at 862-8594.

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