Answered By: Christine Stark Last Updated: Dec 04, 2015 Views: 23
Answered By: Christine Stark
Last Updated: Dec 04, 2015 Views: 23
- Reference books are non-circulating materials and cannot be checked out of the Library. You are welcome to read them in the Library and use the photocopier to copy or scan a few pages. Please refer to the Copyright Act and the University of Calgary's Fair Dealing Policy for copying guidelines.
- For more details on the Library's loan periods, please see our Services-Borrowing Books page. Books that can be checked out will be denoted with "Definite Loan (Two Weeks Guaranteed)" in the catalogue. Reference books will display the term "Library Use Only" in the catalogue.
- For more information about copyright, see the Copyright Office website.