Exceptions to circulation policies below for Fall 2020:
Faculty members needing an item for a longer period than the standard loan should inquire with the circulation librarian for an extension.
Photo ID is required for all loans.
The borrower is responsible for all items checked out to their account in the event an item is damaged, lost, stolen, or returned late.
Books and A/V materials may be eligible for renewals. Items can be renewed in person, over the phone by calling the circulation desk (255-5864), or by logging in to your library account.
To renew an item online:
Holds & Recalls
Holds may be placed on items that have been checked out. Once the item is returned, it will be put aside for the faculty member and the faculty member notified. Items are held for only seven days after notification. Faculty loans for more than 14 days are subject to recall.
Items may be eligible for renewals. Items can be renewed in person, over the phone by calling the circulation desk (255-5864), or by logging in to your library account.
To renew an item online:
Holds may be placed on items that have been checked out. Once the item is returned, it will be put aside for the patron and the patron notified. Items are held for only seven days after notification.
Holds cannot be placed on circulating equipment.
ILL request will be placed in lieu of recalling items unless the item cannot be procured from another library.
Faculty are periodically, and at the end of each semester, notified of overdue material. Although faculty are not subject to overdue fines, faculty are urged to return materials so other patrons can use them.
Overdue notices are sent to campus email addresses.
Damaged or Lost Material
Faculty are asked to pay the replacement cost of material lost or damaged. A $20 processing fee is assessed for all lost items.
If you are placing personal materials on reserve, make sure your name and course number is indicated on the material so that we can match them up to your request. Please allow one week from the date of your request for library owned materials to appear on reserve. Personal items can take up to one week from the time they are received by the Circulation staff. All course reserve materials are removed at the end of each semester and will require the submission of a new form prior to reinstatement.
The Van Wagenen Library will seek copyright permission when necessary and pay reasonable fees. The library reserves the right to limit the placement of items on reserve due to difficulties obtaining copyright permission or substantial royalty costs. If permission is denied, the instructor will be notified and the material will be removed from reserve immediately.
Materials that may be put on reserve include:
Materials that may NOT be put on reserve include:
For additional information on copyright related to education, please see the Library of Congress's Circular 21: https://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ21.pdf.