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Circulation Service

Requesting items in the MOBIUS Web Catalog

This section is a tutorial that shows the process step-by-step.  To access the actual pages please go to this site:

http://mobius.missouri.edu/screens/opacmenu.html

Please note the following links connect to screenshots that show you how things appear on the screen; they are static images and cannot take any input.

Begin your search in the MERLIN catalog. If you do not find a title that you are looking for select the MOBIUS catalog.

MOBIUS will automatically do the search for the same title.

If the title you are looking for is found, it will show the libraries that hold it. You may select to see which libraries have the item.

Click on "Request this item" to select it. The system will ask you to identify which institution you are affiliated with. If you are a UM patron it would be "MERLIN."

Click the button to "submit above information," and then you will need to enter your name and student identification number.

Select a pickup location. To receive the book in Rolla, choose "Missouri S&T, Library Circ"

If the request was successful, the system will acknowledge your request.

The normal turnaround time for MOBIUS items is 2 - 4 days; you will receive a notice by mail or e-mail when it arrives. Items are held at the Circulation Desk for 7 days.

 

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