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DD1004 Introduction to the Histories of Art II: How to Access Course Reserves

A compilation of resources for DD1004, taught by Asst Prof Sujatha A. Meegama, Adeleine Daysor and Meena Kishinchand Jadwani.

About Course Reserves

Reserves, or commonly referred to as red-spot books or RBR (recommended book room) titles, refers to the list of core readings recommended by your course lecturers.

Things you need to know:

  • You can only borrow one reserve book at one time.
  • The loan period is 2 hours.
  • Reserve books are identifiable by the red spot on the book spine. 
  • They are borrowed using the self-service machines within the Reserves section.
  • Overdue fines are set at $0.50 per hour.

The NTU Library OneSearch has a list of course reserve (RBR) titles which can be searched by Course Name, ID, or Instructor. 

Search for your course reserves by limiting your search to 'Reserves'.


Alternatively, you can search more specifically Course Name, Course ID, etc. by using the Advanced Search option and selecting Course Reserves under 'Search for'.

Locations for Course Reserves

Art, Design & Media: Art, Design & Media Library

Business: Library Outpost

Chinese: Chinese Library

Communication and Information: Communication and Information Library

Engineering: Level 3 of Lee Wee Nam Library

Humanities: Library Outpost

Science: Level 3 of Lee Wee Nam Library

Social Science: Library Outpost