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1.            a request by a library to a borrower for the return of a borrowed item before the due date.
2.            To request a borrower to return a borrowed item before the due date.  (ALA Glossary, p. 186)
3.            A patron may request a recall of an item from a staff member.
A single document in a database. In an electronic index, a record consists of a citation (with or without an abstract) for a single periodical article.
Said of a periodical or other serial when manuscripts are evaluated by at least one subject specialist in addition to the editor before being accepted for publication.  (ALA Glossary, p. 188)
Reference desk
Location in each library where you can get help in using the library and receive answers to your questions.
Reference librarians
Reference librarians are specialists in the field of information retrieval. Generally they have a Masters degree in library and information science, and many have other graduate degrees as well. They are available at reference desks to help you find information.
Reference materials
A selection of library materials used by reference librarians and information assistants to help people find information or do research. Reference collections contain many sources of information, such as dictionaries, directories, almanacs, encyclopedias, atlases, and statistical compilations. They may also have bibliographies, indexes, and abstracts. Reference materials usually do not leave the library.
An extension of the loan period for charged library materials. As long as no one else requests the book, renewals are unlimited. Renewals may be handled in person at a circulation desk,  by mailing a renewal sheet available from the Main Library Circulation Desk, or by accessing your Borrower Information or " My Account" through the online catalog.
1.            A new impression of an edition.
2.            A new edition from a new setting of type for which an impression of a previous edition has been used as copy.
3.            A separately issued article, chapter, or other portion of a previously published larger work, usually a reproduction of an original, but sometimes made from a new setting of type. (ALA Glossary)
Research strategy
The methodology or plan followed to find information on a subject or research topic.
Reserve desk
Service point where you can go to find required course readings.
Reserve materials
A selection of specific books, periodical articles and other materials which faculty have indicated that students must read for a particular course. These materials are usually kept together in one area of the library and circulate for a short period of time only. To locate reserve materials, you may need to use a reserve course file, ask at the circulation or reserve desk, or look up a title in a reserve reading list. Each library has its own reserve system.
retrospective materials

Sources of information published after an event has occurred.

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