Picking Up Items
Your items will be placed in a bag marked with your ID number on a table in the library lobby for no-contact pickup. After you received your Arrived Hold email notice, you have five days to pick up your items or they will be returned to the stacks / passed on to the next patron in line.
Pickup hours will be posted on our website; please be respectful of social distancing guidelines. The schedules of classes being taught at the library this semester will be posted once they are confirmed. Please avoid picking up your items between class periods at the library to avoid crowds; instead, you can come grab your items during a class period you are free or after classes are over for the day.
Bring the item to the Circulation Desk in the Lobby.
Most items can be renewed if you need to keep them longer the original due date. To renew, log into your library account. Enter your student ID as the user name and the last 4 digits of your ID as the password.
|Who?||How many books?||How long?||How many DVDs?||How long?|
|Students||unlimited||3 weeks||3||3 days|
|Staff||unlimited||3 weeks||3||2 days|
|Faculty||unlimited||15 weeks||3||3 days|
|Alumni||5||3 weeks||3||3 days|
We will email your DelVal email address if you do not return your library items on time. Make sure you are receiving emails from the library by checking spam or clutter filters regularly. Late fees for DVDs can be paid at the Circulation Desk in cash only and amount to 50¢ per day.
You are responsible for the library items you have borrowed. If something is lost or damaged, please contact us as soon as possible. We will work with you to find the best way to replace the item.
After 10 days, we will send you an invoice for the replacement cost, plus a $15 processing fee, for library items not returned or renewed within 3 weeks of the due date. You will not be able to borrow anything else from the library until you return overdue items or your fines are paid.
We welcome instructor copies in order to provide students with access to as many of their required materials as possible.
Materials that can be placed on Reserve:
Materials that cannot be placed on Reserve:
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When you visit our website, we automatically collection information using Google Analytics and SpringShare such as:
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This is standard practice and is only used to help the Library design the website to best serve the needs of our patrons. Tracking is never associated with individuals.
The Krauskopf Memorial Library provides access to third-party resources, such as databases. We do not share users' personal information with these resources except to provide specific library services such as interlibrary loan. We do track behavior related to third party resources such as platform accessed through OpenAthens, an identity and access management service. This data is used internally to assess value on content to the DelVal community.