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library card introduction

  1. 1. What happens when I register my student ID in the library? You can check out books from CTU’s library, and you can get an ACTS card to allow you to check out books from ACT libraries like JKM, and also the University of Chicago. You cannot use library online resources, such as online journal articles, until you have registered your ID.
  2. 2. What happens when I create an account in the library catalog? You can renew books and request books from other libraries.
  3. 3. Why do I need to know the barcode number on my student ID? This number is used as your library barcode number, and you will need it to create your own account in the library catalog, to search for articles and other online library resources from off campus, and to access library articles professors may post on their coursepage on Union/Moodle.
  4. 4. Asking the library for help When do I ask? • I’ve gotten a new student ID, and I need to re-register it. • I’ve registered my student ID, it has been more than 24 hours on a business day, and I can’t access library articles from off campus How do I ask? • Contact the circulation desk Monday-Friday 8:30am4:30pm. • Contact Lisa Gonzalez, lgonzalez@ctu.edu, and include your full name and library barcode number in your email.

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