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How to Place a Recall A recall is a request for an item that has already been charged out to another library
 

Summary: How to Place a Recall
A recall is a request for an item that has already been charged out to another library
patron.
When you place a Recall on an item, the patron who has the item is asked to return it to
the Library. Please allow at least 2 weeks for recalled items to be returned to the library
for you to pick up. Once returned, a recalled item will be held in your name at the
Circulation Desk for one week. The library will notify you when the item is ready for
pickup.
When searching the Library Catalogue, WebVoyage, you may find that a book or other
Library material is already charged out, renewed or requested. In the example below,
the book "Political anthropology an introduction" shows Status: Charged Due date
01/05/04.
1) Place a Recall on this book or any other library item that is charged out by
clicking on the Request button at the top of the WebVoyage screen.
2) Enter the barcode from your Student ID card (21957...) along with your last name
in the text boxes provided and then click Login.
3) Click on the drop down window that appears to chose type of request. Highlight
Recall and click Ok.
4) You will get a WebVoyage Request: Recall form like the one below. Include the
following information:

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics