|To borrow something from the library; to take something home with you from the library. You will need to show a student ID card or other photo ID to check out.
|The desk in the library where you can check out books, magazines, videos, and other items.
|The date by which you should return items you have borrowed to the library. If you keep a book past the due date, you will receive an email telling you that the book is late (or overdue) and asking you to return it.
|A person who works in the library; a specialist in the library and information field. If you are having difficulty finding what you need, you can ask a librarian for help.
|A place where you can borrow books, videos, magazines, etc.; a place where can get help finding information for your classes. (Students sometimes confuse library with book store. A book store is a place where you can buy books.)
|The length of time for which you can borrow something from the library. At the end of the loan period, you must return the item to the library.
|A publication (usually a collection of articles) that is issued at regular intervals. Magazines, journals, and newspapers are all periodicals.
|Reader (also Easy Reader)
|A book for ESL students that is easy to read.
|Something you should ask a lot when you are in the library. We are happy to help you!
|Books such as encyclopedias and dictionaries that may only be used in the library.
|A desk where someone can help you find information either in the library or online. The circulation desk and the reference desk are sometimes combined into one desk.
|To extend the loan period on an item; to check an item out again so you can keep it longer.
To ask the library to hold a book for you when it is checked out by another student. We will email you when the book comes back and is ready for you to check out.
|To bring a book (or other item) you have borrowed back to the library.