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How can I access electronic readings for a course I'm enrolled in?

Last Updated: Feb 13, 2015  |  80 Views

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To access electronic reserves, go to Blackboard (linked on the right side of the SAIS Library home page, as well as on the SAIS Insider/JHU Portal page).

Courses for which you are registered become available via Blackboard one week prior to the first class.

On each course site, click on the link to Course Readings under Library Resources and use the password provided.

The electronic reserves page also includes a link to the list of books on print reserve, where you’ll find titles we’re not able to post on electronic reserves due to copyright restrictions.

If you have trouble finding a reading, please speak to a SAIS Library staff member.

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