What does it mean when a book is "not loanable"?

Library materials are classified as “not loanable” for a reason.

  1. High-use materials (e.g. Reference) are not loanable to ensure availability to all students.

These materials can only be used on the 3rd floor of the library.

2. The research Fund books (location: Faculty Office) purchased with the professor’s personal research fund books is not a library collection material, but a book used by the professor’s personal laboratory, so it is impossible to borrow from other users.


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