Course Reserves - The John Richard Allison Library

By: Regent Carey Library  09-12-2011
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Find Items on Reserve by Instructor or Course

Note: The most efficient way to search is by course number since many professors will have reserves for more than one course. (E.g. Appl 529, Bibl 503, Inds 600, Hist 500, Spir 500,etc.)

The results list will display the title, author, call number and time period for check out (i.e. 2-hours; 24-hours; or 48-hours) and if the item is available or checked out. If the item is available, write down the call number to bring to the circulation desk where all reserve items are kept.

If an item is checked out, you can place a hold/ request on it by selecting the 'Request Item' button and filling in your name and library card number. (NOTE: 2-hour reserves are on a 'first come, first served' basis and cannot be placed on hold.)

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Interlibrary Loans - The John Richard Allison Library

Regular term Regent / Carey students, staff and faculty of Regent College and Carey Theological College (that have a UBC card) can use the UBC Interlibrary loan service. If we do not have the itemyou need you may be able to borrow them through UBC’s Inter Library Loan system. This includes the libraries at Regent, St. Mark’s, VST and UBC. Hand materials directly to a Library staff member. What do I do before I submit my request.


Placing a Hold - The John Richard Allison Library

While the catalogue is a joint catalogue with Vancouver School of Theology, these are separate institutions that require two separate library cards.