*** Book orders are due March 14, 2018
Each department or major program is allotted new book money each year and may determine how they as a faculty group wish to distribute the funds among themselves. Consult your group's Library Committee representative or program coordinator for allocation details and an explanation of the process used in ordering books and journals.
Consult Barbra Munnell, coordinator of collection development, for assistance in finding and selecting books to order (x3824, email@example.com).
Submit your book orders to Jill Forsythe, acquisitions (x2047, firstname.lastname@example.org). Please speak directly with Jill to expedite rush orders for reserve shelves. You may call Jill at any time to check the status of an order.
Register to receive monthly email updates of new titles in subject areas specified by you. Click on the “Register here to create your profile” link on the right. It’s free, it’s convenient, and it’s timely.
You may also visit Choice Reviews Online via the Library’s web page to search by Choice issue, titles, authors, reviewers, subjects, publishers, readership level etc. You can login with the username and password created when you registered and use your account to access the monthly reviews you specified when you registered, change your profile, or create/access lists.
Email requests are welcome. Please email your requests directly from Choice Online to Jill Forsythe (email@example.com) The pop-up blocker on your computer must be disabled in order to print or email in Choice Online.
Please contact Barbra Munnell with any questions or special requests. (firstname.lastname@example.org x3824)
One of the obligations — and privileges — of faculty members is ordering new and replacement books and journal subscriptions that will enhance the teaching and learning of their students.
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The 7 volume print version has been checked against Buhl’s collection, although this cannot be reflected in the online version.