The Library Circulation Desk is located inside the front entrance on the first floor. The Circulation Desk is open all Library hours. All Library materials - except items obtained through Interlibrary Loan - are checked out and returned at the Circulation Desk.
- Students, faculty or staff - use your current ISU ID to check out materials.
- Community patrons - use your Community Borrower Card along with a photo ID.
- ISU distance students, faculty or staff - see Obtaining Library Materials.
|Borrower||Item Limit||Books*/ # of renewals||Periodicals*/ # of renewals||Maps|
|Undergraduate||35||28 Days/2||3 Days/0||7 Days/0|
|Graduates||50||1 Semester/1||3 Days/0||7 Days/0|
|Faculty||100||1 Semester/5||3 Days/0||7 Days/0|
|Staff/Spouse||20||28 Days/2||3 Days/0||7 Days/0|
|High School||5||28 Days/0||0/0||0/0|
*Borrowing information applies to Government Documents, as well as regular books and periodicals.
Community and High School Students
Idaho residents, including high school students, may apply for a Community Borrower card at the Circulation Desk. A current Idaho Driver's License or a current High School Activity Card, along with one other form of identification showing address, i.e., a piece of mail, must be provided when applying for a card. High school students under age 18 must have a parent or guardian cosign the application and both must provide proof of identity and residence. There is a $10 fee for obtaining or renewing a Community Borrower card. Community Borrower cards are issued by circulation staff so books can be checked out the same day. To check out material, you must present your Community Borrower Card along with a photo ID. Refer to the Borrowing Criteria table above to determine borrowing privileges.
Active members of the ISU Alumni Association may present their Alumni card at the Library Circulation Desk to receive a free Community Borrower card. Community Borrower cards are issued by circulation staff and books can be checked out the same day. To check out material, you must present your Community Borrower Card along with a photo ID. ISU Alumni Association members who have indicated on their Alumni membership application that they wish to have remote access to selected library databases will receive their Community Borrower cards through the mail. The borrower card number serves as the ISU ID Number when logging in to the Alumni Member Accessible — Resources. These online resources are available for personal/non-commercial use.
Graduate or faculty status may be granted to the following patrons with the written approval of a dean or department chairperson:
- Students working on research projects or theses who are not currently enrolled
- University department employees or other patrons engaged in research who need extended privileges.
Special Privileges application forms may be obtained at the Circulation Desk. Borrowing period for materials corresponds with the patron status specified on the application. Privileges expire at the end of each semester. However, patrons may reapply for privileges by submitting a new completed application.
Patrons may renew materials in person at the Circulation Desk, over the phone by calling (208) 282-3248, or online, provided there are no holds or recalls in place for the material. Renewal criteria varies and is determined by patron status as described in Borrowing Criteria.
To renew your books online, go to the Library Catalog一道本不卡免费高清 and click on the Your Record button at the top of the page. Enter your ISU ID Number and your last name and then click on the Login button. Go to the "Checked Out Items" section and click to put a check mark in the box under the Renew column for each item you wish to renew, then click on the Renew Items button. Be sure to verify that each item was renewed and make a note of the new Due Date.
Books that have reached the maximum number of renewals, periodicals, document periodicals, recalled books or books on hold will not be renewed. Fines and fees also block renewal of books. Please contact the Circulation Desk at (208) 282-3248 if you have problems renewing items online.
A hold is a request to put your name on a waiting list for an Oboler Library book that is currently checked out by another person. A recall requests the immediate return of an Oboler Library book that is currently checked out by another person. All library material is subject to recall. A patron who wishes to recall material from another patron, or to have an item held for them upon its return, may place a recall or hold request at the Circulation Desk or online. To place a hold/recall online, go to the Library Catalog and search for the title you want. Bring up the Full Record screen for the title and click on the Request button at the top of the page. Enter your ISU ID Number and your last name and then click on the Login button. Go to the drop-down list and choose "Place a Hold ..." or "Recall a Book ..." Complete the form and click on the Submit Request button.
一道本不卡免费高清Patrons must return recalled material within 10 days. Fines are assessed at $1.00 per day per item after the new date is assigned to a maximum of $25.00 for the late return of recalled items.
一道本不卡免费高清. Notices for Community Borrowers and High School students are sent to your local street address. All patrons are required to notify the Library of any local street address changes. Prompt response to any notice received is appreciated.
The Library offers four study rooms, three on the second floor and one on the first floor, for use by two or more University-affiliated patrons. Rooms may be reserved for two one-hour blocks per person, up to one week in advance. Reservations can be made in person at the Circulation Desk or by telephone at (208) 282-3248. To reserve a study room online go to our Library Home Page