Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Oct 18, 2016 Views: 8496
Lecturers generally place copies of high demand library books in the Reserve Books and Readings Collection (RBR). RBR can generally be requested in person over the loans desk of the respective libraries. Such items can generally be borrowed on a first come first served basis at the loans desk of the appropriate library for a short period of 2 hours.
This may be known in other libraries has "redspot" or "on reserve"
RBR items can be brought out of the library as long as they are returned to the respective library within the time period specified. They can be photocopied etc as long as you adhere to the Singapore Copyright Law.
- CL RBR (Loans Desk 1) - RBR at Central Library
- HSSML RBR (Loans Desk) - RBR at Business Library
- SC RBR (Loans Desk) - RBR at Science Library
- MD RBR (Loans Desk) - RBR at Medical Library
- LW RBR (Loans Desk) - RBR at Law Library
- MU RBR (Loans Desk) - RBR at Music Library
- NUSL Express@UTown - These are books set aside for modules at UTown, to be borrowed from the 24/7 Book dispenser NUSL Express, they are 2 hour loans but there is no overnight loan feature.
The video below shows you how and where to collect RBR items in NUS Central Library (CL RBR), for other libraries please approach the loans desk with the call number.
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