Reminder: Items checked out with the previous semester loan due date of 9/30/11 will be due by that date.
The new semester loan due date is February 15, 2012. Items may be renewed online under “My Library Account” in CLIO, or by bringing them to any library circulation desk.
Questions, problems? Contact us at email@example.com.
Items checked out under the previous semester loan due date are due on 2/16/09.
If you have not already, please make sure to renew your print materials before that date, to avoid possible overdue charges (and eventual circulation blocks, if the items become severely overdue). Items with the new semester loan due date of 6/1/09 do not need to be renewed.
You may renew your items up to 10 times by visiting “My Library Account”, either from the CLIO search screen, or under “Using the Libraries” on the main Libraries home page. The current semester loan due date is 6/1/09.
After requesting renewal, it’s a good idea to scan your list to identify any items which may not have been renewed, due to recalls or to having exceeded the 10-renewal limit. These items should be returned to the
circulation desk in 701 Dodge. They can be checked in and then re-charged to you at the desk, if there are no active holds on the item(s).
A reminder also that books borrowed from other campus libraries may be returned to the Music & Arts
Library, for transfer back to those libraries.
Please contact us with any questions or concerns, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 212-854-4711.
Some necessary upgrades to the Libraries’ software are scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 14th through Friday, Jan. 16th. Patrons will be able to check out materials as usual, but there will be some impact on CLIO, and in using any CLIO functions which require login using your UNI.
These services will not be available during this work:
- “My Library Account” in CLIO
- Renewals (in-person or online)
- Borrow Direct
- Saving to CLIO Bookbag
- Any other CLIO service requiring login with your UNI
These services will not be affected:
- Standard Inter-Library Loan
- Offsite requests
- Other non-CLIO resources such as electronic databases and journals
Please note: CLIO will not be updated in real time during this work. This means, for example, that an item you’ve returned may still be listed in CLIO as “checked out” until this work is completed. If you notice any problems after the work has been completed, please contact us (email@example.com or 212-854-4711).
Please note: no regular circulating items will fall due over the Winter Break, between Monday 12/22/08 and Monday 1/19/09. This will not affect most printed items, as they generally circulate on semester loan (the next semester loan due date is 2/16/09). However, circulating recordings, with a 2-week loan period, are affected, and these items will not fall due over the break between the dates indicated above.
Please contact us at (212) 854-4711or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions (or post your question here, and we’ll respond).
Hey, music lovers…!
Did you know that sound and video recordings in the Music & Arts Library circulate for 2 weeks, to all Columbia full-time students, faculty, and staff?
Check ’em out!
- Almost all sound and video recordings are listed in CLIO.
- Use “Quick Limit” feature in a CLIO search to specify either sound or video recordings.
- If you want to see only CDs as a result of your keyword search, try including the keyword “digital” along with your other search terms, for example “mozart magic flute digital”. Our CD call numbers all begin with the CD prefix (L, LS, W, and JS are all call number prefixes for vinyl LPs).
- If you need further help with search tips for recordings, contact us – music searching can sometimes be tricky, and we’re glad to help!
Note that all of our vinyl LP recordings (yes, remember – records?!) are held in Offsite storage. You’ll see “Offsite” locations for those items; request them by clicking on the “Offsite” button at the bottom of the CLIO record. Delivery time is 2 business days, and turntables are available in the Music & Arts Library, if you don’t have access to your own.
Most of our books, scores, and recordings circulate. Most books and scores circulate on a semester loan, and most recordings circulate for 2 weeks, to students, staff and faculty of Columbia University.
The main circulation policies for the Music & Arts Library are available in our Quick Reference Guide. Please note that some materials are restricted to in-library use only, and that not all services are available on weekends. Contact us at email@example.com if you have further questions.
If you are not a Columbia affiliate, and have questions about accessing the Columbia University Libraries, please visit the Library Information Office web pages for further info.
Information on the library, including location, contact information, and current hours, is available on the library’s home page.