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Circulation Service

Viewing items and renewing in the 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://library.mst.edu

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.

To view items checked out or to renew items, click on View Your Circulation Record.

The default option is to log in using your campus email username and password. Make sure this is selected and click continue....

Enter your user ID and password as requested. This is the same information you use to log in to Miner Mail and Joe's SS.

Clicking the Items On Hold button will show the books you have requested. You may cancel holds if you wish. When an item is received at the circulation desk the status will read "Ready for Pickup."

Clicking the blue Checked Out Items button will show the titles and their due dates. You may renew all or some of the items. Materials may not be renewed until 7 days before their due date for undergraduates and 30 days for faculty, staff and graduate students.

When renewed the items will show their new due dates. If it is too soon to renew an item, you will get a message indicating that it is too soon to renew.

You cannot renew long overdue items; items which have been billed or recalled; or items which have had more than two renewals.

In these circumstances, please bring the items to the Circulation Desk.

 

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