Note: Please advance the counter by clicking the up-arrow under each category.

Some transactions will require advancing mo instance, responding to a customer's request for a particlar item might result in advancing the "reference question," and "interlib counters as well as the "item provided to customer" counter. After you have finished advancing the counters, click on "File" then "Exit" then "Yes" to save changes. Circulation and ILL Item Provided to Customer 0

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Reference Item Requested 0

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Explanations: Item Provided to Customer: any physical item from your library's collection, photocopied or scanned from your library's collec the URL of a specific document or page provided to a customer in response to a direct request or to fulfill a reference question be returned to the library. It does not include items from stocks of maps, brochures, etc., meant for general distribution.

Interlibary Loan from My Library: any physical item from your library's collection, photocopied or scanned from your library's another library regardless of whether the item is to be returned or not

Interlibrary Loan to My Library: any physical item, or photocopied or scanned item provided from another library for use by y regardless of whether the item is to be returned or not.

Item Requested: any request from a customer for any information resource for which the customer supplies enough informati you do not have to search for complete bibliographic information.

Reference Question: any request from a customer for particular facts, information or assistance that can be answered by con or from your personal knowledge or a request for a resource for which the customer does not provide sufficient information to u item (e.g. "Do you have the AASHTO roadside design guide?" is not a reference question; "Do you have the AASHTO green bo directional questions. For example, "Where is the printer?" is not a reference question; "How do I get this item to the printer?" i

Search for Literature: Any instance where one or more catalogs, databases or other information resources are searched to id particular topic for which the customer is provided with a one or more titles, abstracts and/or URLs identified as relating to the t informed that nothing related can be found. Copy Cataloging: Any instance where bibliograpic data prepared by another library is copied into a local catalog or a holding existing record in a shared catalog

Original Cataloging: Any instance where all bibliographic data about an information resources is created by your library for in shared catalog

ory. Some transactions will require advancing more than one counter. For n advancing the "reference question," and "interlibrary loan to my library"

it" then "Yes" to save changes.

Interlibrary Loan to My Library

Search for Literature

photocopied or scanned from your library's collection, acquired through ILL, or o a direct request or to fulfill a reference question whether or not the item is to hures, etc., meant for general distribution.

ection, photocopied or scanned from your library's collection, provided directly to

ed item provided from another library for use by your library or a customer

for which the customer supplies enough information to identify the item so that

mation or assistance that can be answered by consulting information resources stomer does not provide sufficient information to uniquely identify the needed nce question; "Do you have the AASHTO green book?" is. It does not include question; "How do I get this item to the printer?" is.

s or other information resources are searched to identify information on a bstracts and/or URLs identified as relating to the topic or where the customer is

r library is copied into a local catalog or a holding statement is appended to an

rmation resources is created by your library for inclusion in your catalog or a