There are four parts in the presentation. Part 1: library arrangement; part 2: library information; part 3: library services; part 4 Library resources.
Part 3: library services. In this part, we will introduce you the services we provide to our patrons. They are circulation service, reference service, interlibrary loan service, and course reserve service.
Reference services. We provide three different types of reference services to our patrons. First is the very traditional reference service: on-site reference service. The professional library staff will be available at the information center to answer your questions regarding to the use of the library resources and services. The second type of reference service is telephone reference service. You may call the library for quick and ready reference questions. The quick and ready reference questions are the questions that can be answered in a short time without consulting many reference materials.
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Part 4: library resources. The library resources include both print and non-print materials. The print resources include books, periodicals. The non-print resources include audio-visual materials, internet resources, and online databases.
Library online catalog: Webcat. You may search the library collections by using the library online catalog—Webcat at tsulib.troyst.edu. Webcat is accessible from any computers with the Internet connection. The collections can be found from the webcat are fiction books, non-fiction books, reference books, and audio-visual materials. The collections that not available through the Webcat are genealogy collection and periodicals. For more information on how to search the Webcat, please check our Webcat searching online tutorial guide at www.cv.edu/library/webcatonlineguide.htm
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