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Library Access Services

In this guide, you'll find information for reserve items, shelving locations, and loan rules for library items.

Anatomy Models

The library has anatomy models available for student checkout. They must be used in the library and are available for 4 hours at a time. 

Below is a list of the items we currently have. If you'd like to suggest a purchase, please fill out the Purchase Request Form. 

  • Disarticulated skeleton
  • Human Brain
  • Human skull with removable brain
  • Human Heart 
  • Muscular full body model (human) 
  • Muscular leg (human)
  • Muscular arm (human)
  • Miniature human skeleton

Course Reserves

Course Reserves are print and media resources that instructors request to be set aside at the circulation desk on the 1st floor for student use throughout the duration of a course.

  • Reserves are categorized by the last name of the instructor.
  • Materials are used in the library only for a given amount of time, usually 2-4 hours. 
  • Students must show their ID in order to borrow materials.
  • Copyright laws for print and non-print materials apply (see our Course Reverses Copyright Policy)
  • For more information, contact Brandi Duggins (bduggins@spalding.edu), Access Services Librarian.

If you'd like to put an item on reserve, please fill out the Course Reserves Request Form