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Audiocassettes as library materials an introduction by George H. Saddington

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Published by Audiovisual Librarian in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Libraries -- Special collections -- Audiocassettes.,
  • Cassette tape recorders.,
  • Sound recording libraries.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby George H. Saddington and Eric Cooper.
ContributionsCooper, Eric.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ692.S72 S23 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination92 p. :
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2576509M
ISBN 100853650195
LC Control Number85122387

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Return or renew materials on or before the date they are due. Whenever possible, materials should be returned inside the Library. Audiocassettes, CDs, and videotapes must be returned to the Audio-Visual Desk. For your convenience, there are 2 curbside book return bins available 24 hours a day, located on 7th Street and on Garey Ave. near the. It is available for eligible library materials that are mailed by a library to its patrons or to a borrowing library for use by their patrons. Library Materials may consist of books, magazines, records, CDs, CD-ROMs, audiocassettes, videocassettes, DVDs and other audiovisual materials and other similar library materials. Audiocassettes. VHS tapes. Encyclopedias Where to donate. Donations can be left at any library branch. The Katy Geissert Civic Center Library has a Friends donation bin just inside the door as well as a large bin on the driveway between the library and the pool. Please use the bin marked "LIBRARY DONATIONS.". The Library will collect materials on appropriate subjects in book format as well as CDs, DVDs, and audio books (on discs). No VHS or audiocassettes (tapes) accepted. Audience. The Library will collect materials for adults, and also for children and .

However, these donations can still benefit the library by being sold at our Friends of the Library book sales. The library does not accept the following: encyclopedias, textbooks, audiocassettes, videocassettes, magazines (including National Geographic), or materials in poor condition. If you owe a fine of $ or more, or have a book overdue for 30 days or more, or have 10 or more overdue books you must clear your account in person before you may renew library materials. You will not be able to renew online. How to renew books online: ; Under SERVICES: Click on: MY YULIS ACCOUNTAuthor: Hao Zeng. Princeton University Library One Washington Road Princeton, NJ USA () Library staff screen all donated materials for potential addition to the library's collections. Materials not suitable for inclusion in our collection may be used to help Friends of the Library hold successful book sales. Funds raised at these sales support Summer Challenge and other valuable library programs.

Give Your Library materials for our book sales and bookstores. Most of our Libraries can accept small donations - about the amount that would fit in a grocery bag. Please don't deliver donations to De Soto, Edgerton, Lenexa, Monticello, or Spring Hill. Library materials circulate up to three weeks and may be renewed. All items must be checked out at the Circulation Desk. Borrowers are responsible for any library materials checked out in their name. Fines for all regular circulation items are 10¢ a day per item after the due date and a $ per book fine after a book has been overdue a month. Contracts Updates MALiA contracts for materials, serials and subscriptions, and supplies are current and in effect. All vendor contracts and contact information can be accessed via our website. Should you have any questions please email Carolea Newsome at [email protected] or contact her by phone at () Policies General Circulation Policies: A picture ID is required for material checkout. This applies to students and community patrons. Books may be checked out for a period of three weeks, with renewals available, if there is no hold on the book. Periodicals, videos, records, and audiocassettes may be checked out for a period of three [ ].