First time users should refer to the FAQ and Copyright sections above.
* (If you prefer to manage your own E-Reserves page/s, please use the Self Service form.)
* As of the fall 2017 semester, the Libraries will be switching to a new E-Reserves platform that has been garnering positive reviews, especially from faculty who manage their own course pages. However, in order to ensure the successful implementation of the new system, it will be necessary for the Libraries to manage your course material for the first semester. The self-management of course reserves will recommence in the Spring 2018 semester.
More about the E-Reserves system:
E-Reserves is an electronic reserves software program that enables students to access linked journal articles from the Library’s subscription databases, limited scanned sections from books, and journal articles, as well as other print and visual materials that faculty may place on the Course Reserves Collection as required class readings.
The tabs at the top of the page will provide you with additional information about using E-Reserves effectively and efficiently.
If you need additional help, you can contact:
Hunter Main Library: Jeanne Yan, 212-772-4160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Professions Library: Donna Braithwaite, 212-481-5117 or email@example.com
Social Work/Public Health Library: Arlene Shapiro, 212-396-7655 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Zabar Art Library: Steven Kowalik, 212-772-5054 or email@example.com