Users can pick up all print requests inside the library at the Information Desk.
Print Requests and Pickup
- How to request for pickup
- Login to your Account
- Locate the item in Omni, the library search tool, and click "Request for Pickup".
- If you need to request multiple volumes from a multi-volume set, please submit request and use the "Comment" field to indicate which volumes you want to request.
- Once you submit your request an email with pickup instructions will follow once staff are able to checkout your items to your account.
- Once you receive the on hold shelf notice, your items will be available on our next pickup day.
We’ll do our best to prepare your request in a timely manner. The introduction of enhanced health and safety protocols for staff and users means it may take us longer than usual to prepare your request; thank you for your patience and understanding.
Regular circulating items must be picked up within 5 days from the date your order was processed.
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- Picking up your items
Users can pickup all print requests inside the library at the Information Desk.
- How long can I have my items?
The library has updated our loan periods for materials to simplify communications and renewals.
Faculty & Staff: 120 Days + Unlimited renewals
Graduate Students: 120 Days + Unlimited renewals
Undergrads: 120 Days + Unlimited renewals
In order to minimize the handling of materials and limit traffic on campus patron recalls will not be available. However, the library reserves the right to recall high demand items to ensure broad access to resources if required.
- What can you request?
You can request all regular loan print and audio-visual materials for pickup.
The following items are only available for digitization in accordance with campus copyright guidelines and will not be circulated:
- Journals and other serials
- Reference materials
- CRC Kits
If we don’t have the item you’re looking for, please submit a suggestion for purchase.
Scanning and Digitization Requests
- What is Digital Delivery?
- You can request scans of portions of eligible physical library materials to be delivered in PDF form by email as allowable under existing copyright laws and fair dealing guidelines. This is typically limited to 10% or 1 chapter.
- Digital delivery offers broad access to physical collections, including book chapters, journal articles, government documents, reference works, and more.
- Choosing digital delivery means you can conveniently request and access material at home on any of your devices. It also allows more people to access the same item, bringing library collections to as many users as possible.
- Certain items are only available through digital delivery. This includes print journals and serials, and reference materials.
- How to request Digital Delivery
- Login to your Account
- Locate the item in Omni, the library search tool, and click "Request a chapter scan". Use this link for articles and other scan requests.
- You will receive an email with instructions for accessing your digitized material within seven days.