Thanks to this new service, Library users are now able to return most circulating materials to any library location, and are no longer required to walk each item back to the owning library. Exceptions to Universal Return include the following:
–interlibrary loan materials must be returned to ILL in Doe 133
–non-book items such as maps, music scores, and media must be returned to owning library
–Law Library items must be returned there.
This long-desired Universal Return service should simplify returns for library users. Read more
The problem with saved lists in OskiCat, thought to have been resolved, is occurring again as of Tuesday Feb. 1.
Users have reported that their saved lists, normally accessed by logging into “My OskiCat,” are no longer available. Attempts to view these lists get an error message: “An internal error has occurred.”
Update: As of Friday Feb. 4, this issue has been resolved. Saved lists should once again be visible. If yours are not, please let us know.
For more information on the list feature, see Managing Search Results.
Interested in how newspapers around the world treated the Presidential election result? Over 700 front pages for November 5 (or other day of your choice) are on display at the Newseum website.
For anyone on campus, the newspaper display outside the Moffitt Library offers an international selection of front pages, refreshed daily.