1. Occasionally, users will return San Francisco Public Library books (and books from other city libraries) to Annex 1. If you’re unable to scan a book when its returned, look for the “San Francisco Public Library” label. While we borrow books from the SFPL via “Link+”, all “Link+” books will have an attached banner w/ the “Link+” logo. If you encounter a book belonging to the Public Library, attach a note and place it on the “Main Collection Books” shelf of the ‘returns’ book truck. Folks from the Circulation Department will forward the book to the respective borrowing library.
2. Graduate students working on their thesis can apply for student borrowing privileges, even though they’re not enrolled in semester course work. Here is a exerpt from our “Borrowing Information” page.
“Students working on a thesis or on an incomplete may borrow items from the circulating collection after completing a Library Registration Form, available at Book Checkout in HSS 102. Thesis students will need their advisor’s signature or have thesis advisor e-mail authorization to use library to Ed Liddle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students working on an incomplete need the signature of their instructor. For more info, contact the Circulation Department.
You can only check out items for yourself. You cannot check out items for others, nor can they check out items for you.
The 28 day borrowing period does not apply to books borrowed from LINK+ or via other Document Delivery services.”
Eligible graduate students will also have access to our databases from remote sites.