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How can I find a textbook on the reserve shelf?

Last Updated: May 23, 2014  |  154 Views
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Reserve books can only be used in the library, with a few exceptions.  To get a reserve book, ask a library staff at the circulation desk for the book that you need.  You will need a valid student ID card with a library barcode to check the book out.  If you are not sure what book you need, you can search the library catalog.

1. Go to http://library.rcc.mass.edu and click on the "BOOKS" link.

2. In the library's catalog, click on the "SEARCH " tab.

3. Search for book by "COURSE RESERVES".

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