Use your photo ID to check out items.
The borrower is responsible for the return and care of borrowed materials. Identification cards obtained through the student Activity Center may serve as library cards.
A: We use a call number, like an address, to find where the book "lives". Our books, audiovisuals, and other items in the reference section and in the library stacks, are shelved according to the Library of Congress Classification system.
A: Materials may be renewed unless there is a hold on it (another patron has requested the use of the item).
IF AN ITEM IS RECALLED: All checked-out materials may be recalled by the library manager. Recalled materials should be returned within 48 hours of notification.
Contact email@example.com or call 920-735-5653 to RENEW
A: Borrowers are responsible for the return or replacement of materials.
Borrowers who report lost items will be charged a fee based on the replacement or paid cost of the lost item. Library Services will refund this paid charge if the items are found and returned in good condition.
Noticeable damage should be documented with library staff BEFORE checking out materials.
A: We don't charge fines, but we do place a FINancial bar on long-overdue items.
Overdue notices will be sent to patrons reminding them to return outstanding materials. Library users who have overdue materials or owe the library money will not be able to borrow any more materials until their record is cleared. After an item is three weeks overdue, borrowers will be billed with the replacement fee and a FINancial bar will be applied to their record, blocking them from registering for classes and obtaining transcripts, grades, financial aid, etc..
When the replacement fee is paid, or if item is returned, all charges and FIN bars will be removed.
Items that are in the FVTC General Collection have a button in the catalog that allows you to  Request it]. If the item is available, a pull list is generated and staff will pull the book and put it in the Hold Basket at the front desk of the Library.
If an item is checked out, (listed as Not Available) the  Request it] option will put you on a "Hold List". When it is your turn to get the item, we will contact you. You will then have one week to collect the item before it becomes available to someone else.
A: Our collection development is now primarily through Faculty-Driven Acquisitions: We are only buying paper books requested by faculty - as resources for their classes. Suggestions for purchases may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please provide as much information as possible - Author, Title, Publisher, Edition, Date, ISBN, Format and Cost.)
A: Library materials may be placed in the return drop box in the FVTC Appleton Library. You may also hand your item to the staff at the Library.
Distance Learners are responsible for returning library materials to FVTC Appleton Library or Outreach Sites.
Postal returns are sent to:
Fox Valley Technical College Library
1825 North Bluemound Drive
Appleton, WI 54912-2277
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