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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.