Attention faculty: use ARES to submit your course readings

Ares Course Reserves allows faculty to place materials on reserve for a course, both in print or electronic form. Students enrolled in the course have access to electronic content 24/7. Course readings are integrated into MyLearning Space.

Submit early and material will be available for students for the beginning of classes. If we need to order the material recall it from a patron, it could take 2 weeks or more.

You can access Ares from the Library homepage under Course Readings.

In Ares, faculty can:

Create a course within Ares to centralize both physical and electronic reserve access for studentsSubmit physical reserve requests (books, personal copies, exams, etc.)Submit electronic reserve requests for articles, book chapters, and other materials from library resourcesUpload other documentsClone readings from a previous semesterCross-list readings with another faculty

Benefits of using Ares:Use the Library’s Primo catalogue to search for content. Add this content directly into AresCourse readings are checked for copyright complianceElectronic course readings all ow students to access materials 24/7

Accessing AresAccess to Ares requires your Network Login and Password. Your password is the same as the one you use to access email using Outlook.

Integrating Ares with MyLearning Space-Information for New FacultyComplete the form to set up our course in MyLearning Space. NOTE: Make sure you click on: Include Library Course Reserves System. More information on integrating course reserves with MyLearningspace.For Inquiries or To learn how to use Ares :

Contact: Vera Fesnak,, ext. 3413, or email