Special Materials & Procedures
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- Reserve items are identified by a wide spring green rider (highest priority), see CPM-910. They should be processed ahead of all other materials according to standard procedures.
- All reserve items should have a 900 field in the holdings record with
the note "reserves" and in most cases information on the course, semester
and name of the instructor. It may have "Reading Columbia" in place of a course number. These notes are retained in the holdings record while the item is on reserves. Sometimes this information is written on
the T2 rider accompanying the item and needs to be transfered to the 900 field
in the holdings.
- The reserve materials are cataloged for the permanent location
on the T2. The temporary reserve location and type in the item record are
coded later by departmental library staff.
- Leave the spring green rider in book after cataloging and always charge to LABL status patron.
Last updated: 09/16/16 mdw