Four Million Princeton and NYPL Titles Added to CLIO

The Shared Collection Service, developed in partnership with Princeton University Library and The New York Public Library (NYPL), has launched!  More than four million titles (comprising over seven million items) from New York Public Library and Princeton University Library are now available for request in CLIO.   Columbia faculty, students, and staff can request direct delivery of these items to campus.

CLIO catalog holdings listed by top locations.

The new collections have a location of Recap Shared Collection (NYPL) and Recap Shared Collection (Princeton). Request them by clicking on the “Request: Offsite” link. Circulating titles can be borrowed for 16 weeks, with no renewal.  Some titles can only be used on site in the libraries. They will be marked on the Offsite Request form Note as “In Library Use” or “Supervised Use.”

“In Library Use” indicates that the title can only be used onsite in the libraries.

Have a question or comment about CLIO?  Click on “Feedback / Help” in the upper right corner of any CLIO screen to connect to Ask a Librarian, or to submit CLIO Suggestions & Feedback.

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