Requesting Books From Library Retrieval System vs Main Stacks Collections

September 29, 2011

A reminder to everyone!
When you’re answering questions about requesting books from the old library, keep in mind that:
1. LRS (Library Retrieval System) – When a patron requests a book from the LRS,  there will be NO notification in their patron record. Students can go to HSS 102 after 24 hours, and the book will be available. It will be held for 5 days.

2. Main Collection (Library Stacks) – When a patron requests a book from the Main Collection, a notification will appear in their Patron Record indicating the book has been requested OR when its available to pick-up in HSS 102.   If they’re unable to find the book in the stacks, an email notification will be sent to the patron.


2 Responses to Requesting Books From Library Retrieval System vs Main Stacks Collections

  1. Kendra on September 30, 2011 at 4:41 pm

    Am I crazy — I thought it was vice versa? No notification for LRS books, yes notification for Main books.

    • tki on September 30, 2011 at 5:10 pm

      Yes, you are right! I changed the original posting. Too much multi-tasking in my head!

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