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Where did all the books go? Library in transition

Nichole Ackerman, head of circulation at the library.

With the start of Spring Term classes on Jan. 11, students on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus will use a different procedure to request books from the campus library.  

From January to March of 2010, the library will be in transition as its 100,000-book collection and other services are moved to the library's new location in the Partnership Center. So between Jan. 11 and March 5, the library's book collection will operate under a "closed stacks" procedure, meaning the book collection is closed to the public.
 
To obtain books during this time, students will place a "request" via the Internet through the LINCC online catalog.
 
The library staff will retrieve books from the closed stacks at set times during the day for pickup at the current (building L) library location.  
 
Other facts to know about the Jan. 11-March 5 transition:
  • The library staff in the current location (building L) will provide circulation and reference assistance, Internet LINCC online catalog access, research computers, library research classes and InterLibrary Loan (ILL) services.
  • Students can reserve leisure books, current periodicals, laptops, audio-visual materials and study space in the L building location, and the CTS Open Lab will remain available.  
  • With their activated College ID cards, students have access through the LINCC online catalog to full-text journal databases and 33,000 e-books. The Gale Literary Criticism Series is also available online now.  
Students can visit the Seminole State Virtual Library online. Please contact the library staff for assistance any time there are questions.

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