Who has privileges at Lippincott Library Reserves, and for how long can reserves be used?
All University of Pennsylvania students, faculty, and staff are eligible to use reserve materials for 3 hours at a time within the Van Pelt - Dietrich Library Center. Materials may be renewed for an additional 3 hours, as long as others are not waiting to use them. To use materials, request them at the Lippincott Library Information Desk. A PennCard or Library Courtesy Card is required to check out reserve items.
Print or physical reserves
Physical materials on reserve in Lippincott show the location of 'Lippincott Library - Reserve Desk' in Franklin. The Reserve Desk, also known as the Information Desk, in Lippincott Library is on the 2nd Floor, west side of the Van Pelt - Dietrich Library Center. We have many of the required and supplementary course readings for Wharton School classes. Items such as DVDs may also be placed on reserve.
Checking out materials
To use materials, request them at the Lippincott Library Information Desk. Your PennCard is required to check out reserve items, and they may be used for 3 hours at a time within the Van Pelt - Dietrich Library Center.
Please return materials to the Lippincott Library Information Desk.
If you have any questions about what is on Reserve or where to find specific Reserve items, you are encouraged to ask anyone at the Lippincott Information Desk, either in person or by phone (215-898-5926).
Wharton faculty requests for physical materials (currently owned or to be ordered) to be placed on reserve can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Electronic reserves are located on your Canvas course site under the "Penn Libraries Course Reserves" button.
Wharton faculty requests to place electronic items on reserve on a Canvas course site can be emailed to: email@example.com.
To request reserve items in the library or on your Canvas site, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Mia Wells at 215-898-5553 or email@example.com with additional questions, including questions about copyright restrictions.