BORROWING MATERIALS

SAU Student Loan Policies

Policy for Library check out materials:
Type of Item PRRL Students PRRL Faculty/Staff PRRL Alumni
Books

(Main Collection)

3 weeks 90 days Library use only
DVDs (coming soon) 7 days
Multimedia equipment Library use only
Textbooks / Course Reserves: 2 hours, must remain in the library
Periodicals/Reference Books Library use only
Special Collections Library use only (By an appointment only)

Lost or Damaged Books:

Lost or damaged materials should be reported as soon as possible to the Circulation desk staff (Authorized person). A library authorized committee will take the necessary steps for the lost and damaged materials.

Contact information for any assistance:

Circulation desk: 919.516.4145

Circulation Manager: Mrs. Carden, 919.516.4504

LIBRARY POLICIES

Fines

Late books accrue 25 cents per day. After $5.00 in fines has been reached, the patron’s account is suspended until payment. Fines are reported to Student Accounts and must be paid in the Cashier’s Office.

Cooperative Borrowing from CRC System

Faculty members, currently enrolled students, administration officials, and members of the CRC staff may borrow books from any CRC (Saint Augustine’s University, Shaw University, Meredith University, Peace University, and NCSU) institution library. CRC students must present a CRC Direct Loan Request Form at the Prezell R. Robinson Library Circulation Desk. CRC faculty and staff may obtain a borrower’s card at no charge. A photo ID and proof of current affiliation is required upon application. Familiarize yourself with the policies and restrictions of the library from which you borrow.

Please note that this is a program of privileges. At its discretion, a participating institution may suspend the privileges of its own faculty members or of the faculty members of another participating institution.

DATABASES

HOW TO RESEARCH

NCLIVE: http://www.nclive.org/

NCLive is a consortium of North Carolina libraries, providing digital content and services to public and academic libraries statewide. Library users have free access to eBooks, audiobooks, videos, online magazines, newspapers, journals, and more.

 

JSTOR: http://www.jstor.org/

JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books, and primary sources. JSTOR helps people discover, use and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform and preserves this content for future generations.

CITATION HELP

Link to Purdue Owl – http://owl.english.purdue.edu

APA PsycNet: http://psycnet.apa.org/

APA PsycNET is the only search platform designed specifically to deliver APA content. Search and discover vital behavioral science content efficiently with APA PsycNET’s uniquely engineered cross-database searching.

 

GALE: http://www.galepages.com/nclivesac

Explore complete, credible, and up-to-date content, aligned with undergraduate curricula and prominent graduate research with Gale’s digital resources.

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