Books returned to UCL libraries are designated as 're-shelving' on the catalogue and within the general library space. E.g:
Hayden, Brian.: Lithic studies among the contemporary highland Maya / edited by Brian Hayden.
Tucson : University of Arizona Press , 1987.
|Item Status||Due date||Due hour||Library site||Classmark (shelf location)||Collection||Barcode|
|Standard||Re-shelving||Archaeology||INST ARCH DFB 100 HAY||280256696X|
Within the Institute Library, such items are held in a dedicated re-shelving area opposite the Issue Desk until they can be returned to their correct locations on the shelves in the main and quartos sequences. The re-shelving area has been subdivided according to the classification scheme and a plan is displayed for quick access.
Users wishing to consult items marked as 're-shelving' on the catalogue should initially check this area for them. If the items are not there, please then check the designed shelf location within the library, as the books may have been returned to the shelf by our re-shelving team. If the item can still not be located, please check the photocopy room in case it has been used by another user or consult staff at the Issue Desk.