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Borrowing Privileges
The rules and policies for borrowing materials from the Bluford Library.
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Course Reserves
Course Reserves are housed on the first floor of the Library at the Circulation Desk and hold high-usage items, assigned readings, and materials for special projects. We also offer E-Reserves, available online 24 hours a day.
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Course Reserve Services for Faculty
The Library can work with you to offer Course & E-Reserves to your students. Here's how.
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Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery
When you need materials that are not available at the Bluford Library, you can request an interlibrary loan or document delivery service.
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TALA Borrowing Agreement
The member libraries of the Triad Academic Library Association (TALA) have entered into a borrowing agreement, enabling students and faculty in good standing at their home institutions to borrow from the other participating libraries.
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Non-University Borrowers' Privileges
The F.D. Bluford Library serves more than just the faculty, staff and students of the University. Here are the borrowing privileges we extend to others in our community and region.
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Distance Education Students
F.D. Bluford Library offers services tailored for distance education students, from Dare to Cherokee and beyond. The Library can help you no matter where you are located.
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E-Readers & Kindles for Checkout
Kindle DX and Sony E-Readers are available for checkout. You may view ebooks, newspapers and magazines on them.
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Ask Us
Librarians are here to help! Here are several ways we can help you.
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Library Instruction for Your Class
Course-related library instruction is designed to introduce students to research strategies and the basic information sources available for a particular class or subject. A librarian works with you and develops an instructional session or sessions to meet the specific needs of the class. Course-related library instruction is one of the most effective ways of teaching students to use scholarly materials and resources. This success is due to supplementing subject-oriented training received in the classroom with instruction in information resources and search techniques.
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