RE: [IUG] Eligib to Recall Question
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If you ever figure that out. Let me know. We tried for a long time.
The Boeing Company
White Salmon, WA
From: Rebecca Mendell [mailto:rmendell at touro dot edu]
Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 12:05 PM
To: 'IUG INNOPAC List'
Subject: [IUG] Eligib to Recall Question
One of our circulation policies allows for faculty and staff to have an
item for four weeks, subject to recall after two weeks. I am finalizing
our loan rules and testing, and I'm having a bit of trouble wrapping my
brain around this one. In the Minimum Use field for the loan rule, I
have 14 days. We want to allow the patron to be able to use the item for
a minimum of 14 days. For the Eligib to Recall, I also have 14 days.
Will that mean that once there are fewer then 14 days left in the loan
period, it will no longer offer an option to recall?
So essentially, it will make the item unavailable for recalls during the
last two weeks of circulation? Is there a way to not allow recalls
during the first two weeks of checkout, rather than last two weeks? Or
would I just put 28 days (the full loan period) in the Eligib to Recall
and the Minimum Use would be the element that ensure our patron keeps
the book for at least the first two weeks of their checkout period. I
hope that makes sense. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Rebecca Osa Mendell, MLIS
Electronic Resources Librarian
Touro University-California Library
1310 Johnson Lane
Mare Island, Vallejo, CA 94592
Fax: (707) 638-5330
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