Borrowing from UI and NIC

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Borrowing from UI and NIC

  1. 1. Enter the term you would like to search in the “Find This” box.<br />The search screen will default to a Keyword Search. You can also choose to search by Author, Title, Subject, etc.<br />The Quick Limit menu is where you would select which library’s catalog you would like to search. The default is None, which will search LCSC, NIC and UI catalogs.<br />Borrowing from UI and NIC<br />
  2. 2. The catalog will display a list of items that contain your search term(s).<br />Find the item you want, and look at the Location (in red under the blue title link).<br />If multiple libraries own an item, you will see Item has more than one copy. Click on the title for more information.<br />If the Library Location is not LCSC, you can still borrow the item. Click on the blue title link.<br />
  3. 3. After you click on the title, the catalog will display more information about that item, including the location (meaning the owning library).<br />If the location is not LCSC, you may request it.<br />To request an item from UI or NIC, click on the Requests button at the top of the page.<br />
  4. 4. Home Library should be North Idaho Academic Libraries.<br />Enter your 14-digit library card number (located on the back of your WarriorOne card).<br />Enter your last name.<br />Click the Login button.<br />Click the OK button.<br />
  5. 5. Enter your 14-digit library card number again.<br />Make sure you choose LCSC Circulation from the “Select the library where you wish to pick up the requested item” menu.<br />Click the Submit Request button.<br />If your request was successful, you will see this screen. If not, you will get a message to check with the Circulation Desk.<br />

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