Periodicals are designated as non-circulating, and in most cases must be used in the library. If a periodical needs to be taken out of the building for photocopying purposes a 24-hour circulation is possible. Circulation desk staff will check out the item. Librarian approval is necessary for longer periods.
Maps must have an approval slip from a reference librarian to be checked out. The librarian will fill out the approval slip, including the due date and time. The patron will then be directed to the circulation desk with the approval slip, map and map tube.
These items also must have an approval slip from a reference librarian. The librarian will fill out the approval slip, including due date and time, and send the patron with it and the reference book to the circulation desk.
NIC will only lend their videos to UI faculty, staff, and grad students. LCSC will lend their videos to all UI library users (including those with guest cards).
For UI, UI law, LCSC and NIC books: Find the book in the catalog, click on "request" at the top of the page and place a hold on the book. Books are mailed to the patron's address. They must be returned by the due date using the enclosed mailing label.
For Interlibrary Loan books: We mail books from other libraries to off-campus patrons who reside in Canada and the U.S. via first class mail. Due dates are determined by the lending library and average three weeks. One renewal may be possible. Books must be returned first class, FedEx or UPS by the due date. Overdue fees apply for all patrons.
Fines are $0.30 a day up to a maximum of $10.50 per book. Lost books have a charge of $50.00 for the book and a $20.00 processing fee. Recalled books are given a $20.00 fine.
Fines for Reserve materials are $2 per hour or partial hour for overdue items, maximum $20, for paper reserve. There are no fines for electronic reserve materials.
By working with you, members of the University of Idaho academic community, to better understand the issues before us, it is quite obvious that we all have different opinions about cell phones and their appropriateness in the Library.
Given that we (University of Idaho community members) recognize:
The Library requests that cell phones and their users respect the wishes of the people who desire a quiet location for study by:
The Library further requests that all users honor the space on the third and fourth floors as quiet areas, taking conversations and group work either to group study rooms or to other spaces in the building.
We hope that this policy is something we can accept as a behavior contract, and that this is liberal enough so the community can share in its enforcement. Thank you for your efforts in discussing this issue.
This policy is designed to create a welcoming atmosphere for all library users. Food and drink pose a potential risk to library collections, equipment, and furnishings. We, therefore, ask that you act responsibly when consuming food and beverages in the library. The Library reserves the right to enforce this policy at its own discretion. Thank you for your kind cooperation.
Faculty may place readings on reserve to supplement assigned readings for their courses. These readings must comply with provisions in the U.S. Copyright Act and FERPA. If the nature, scope, or extent of copying is judged to exceed the fair use principles of the Copyright Act, the library will work with the professor to find alternative arrangements.
2 hour, 1 day, 3 day (determined by instructor) for paper reserve
24 hours/day for electronic reserve
$2 per hour or partial hour for overdue items, maximum $20, for paper reserve
No fines for electronic reserve
www.lib.uidaho.edu/classes-reserve.html - Look for your instructor or your class
Electronic reserve may require password (supplied by instructor)
Off-campus students will need to use their barcode (from Vandal card) to gain access to library resources
Rooms may not be scheduled or reserved.
Groups take precedence over individuals. A group of two or more has priority over one person who is waiting for others to arrive.
Groups may not "camp out" for extended periods.
Windows and doors must remain uncovered and unobstructed.
Lights are to be left on.
Rooms are not available during the summer.