Reserves

A quick guide to electronic and in-house reserves.

Accessing Electronic Reserves

Electronic Reserves: First time users must create an account for Electronic Reserves

Electronic Reserves

This online course uses online articles from the Dayton Memorial Library.

    1. To access Electronic Reserves go to: http://ereserves.regis.edu/ares
      • At the Logon page enter your WorldClass Username and Password
      • The first time you access this site you will need to setup your account.
      • Enter all applicable information and select Submit. Close the website.
      • You will receive an email in your regis.edu account when your account has been setup (within approximately 24 hours).
      • After the email has been received you will be able to access the Electronic Reserves.

Electronic Reserves: Access after an account has been created:

1.    Go to http://ereserves.regis.edu/ares/ and log in with your RegisNet login.

2.    Once logged in, click “Search Courses” under the “Student Tools” bullet

3.    When searching for a course, be sure to separate letters from numbers with a space (i.e. ED 204)

4.    Click “Go” rather than hitting enter

5.    Click “Add Course”

6.    You will return to the Main Menu; click the course number to enter the course and view its items

Faculty Instruction Guide for Creating a Course and Editing Electronic Reserve Items:

Electronic Reserves - Instructions for faculty

Best Practices:

Faculty is encouraged to check their E-Reserves course links at least 2 weeks prior to the start of class. 

We are not responsible for weblinks outside of Regis Library's databases. 

Before a course begins, faculty is encouraged to e-mail Reserves@regis.edu to let us know which faculty members will need access to a course number. 

Assistance:

If you need assistance with Electronic Reserves please contact the Library at 303-458-4030 / 800-388-2366 ex. 4030 or reserves@regis.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When I search for my course in electronic reserves I don't get any results?  

  • When searching, be sure to put a space between the letters and numbers of the course number (i.e. DML 101).  Be sure to click "Go" to search rather than hitting enter.