Answered By: Carole Rhodes Last Updated: Oct 12, 2017 Views: 710
The library aims to provide a minimum ratio of one book per ten students for essential texts. But if more copies are needed and funds permit, we can purchase extra copies. We need to find out which books are in greatest demand and you can help by taking these steps:
- Place a reservation on the book. Assuming you're first in line, as soon as a copy is returned, you will be notified and can borrow it. It also means that library staff are notified of the demand on the book.
- Complete a book suggestion form, talk to staff at the library's Help Desks or contact your Liaison Librarian to let us know more copies are needed. This option is part of the More Books scheme.
- You can also check on the status of any request you have made after 10 working days of you submitting that request.