Professors can place materials on reserve for limited (usually 2-hour) access by students. High-demand, new, or expensive resources can also be found here. View this 1-minute tutorial to learn how to access reserve material.
If you are doing your Clerkship, Residency, or are otherwise working outside of Nova Scotia, get an CAUL card before you go! It gives you borrowing privileges at many of Canada's university libraries. Find out more here!