Final Checklist:
Library's Loan and Reserves Desk

Let's check how much you have learned so far about the U.S. academic life!

Using this self-evaluation chart to see how much you have learned as a result of these video- & Web-based activities.

(i)                   Print out this checklist and use it to evaluate your progress and overall comprehension.
Go to a printer-friendly page (you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to access this page).

(ii)                 Give yourself a check [ ] in the YES! column for each of the topics that you have learned.

(iii)                If needed, you may go back to the activities page to check out the information you have missed.

TOPIC

I have learned about....

YES!

1
Checking Out Books

The borrowing privileges for different types of library patrons

 

The type of library patrons that I fall into

 

How to check out books from a U.S. library

 

What 'recall' means

 

The different methods to renew books (name at least two)

 

 

2
Returning Books

What a 'loan period' is

 

What a 'recall period' is

 

What a 'late fee' is and when it will be imposed

 

What numbers of 'renewals' and 'maximum items checked out' are

 

 

3
Reserved
Class Materials

What ‘reserved class materials' or 'reserves' are

 

The typical length of loan periods for reserves

 

The two methods that library patrons can search for reserves

 

What 'library use only' means

 

 

4
Picking up ILL Materials

What an ‘Interlibrary Loan' or 'ILL' is

 

The different methods to request for materials via ILL

 

The types of library materials that can be requested via ILL

 

The length of time it normally takes before the library patron will get the ILL materials requested

 

The loan period and maximum numbers of items that a library patron is entitled to for ILL materials

 

 

5
Losing Library Materials

The consequence of losing a library material

 

The different types of charges imposed by the material replacement process

 

What a 'replacement cost' is

 

What a 'processing fee' is

 

What an 'applicable use fee' is

 

The alternative method to replace the lost material

 

The criteria for the materials replacement as stated by Cal State L.A. library

 

 



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