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What does it mean when the catalog says a book is "discharged?"

Last Updated: Jul 29, 2013  |  24 Views

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"Discharged" is a library term that means the book has been recently returned and checked in through our online system.  The book is available, although it may not have been reshelved yet.

Ask at the Access Services Desk for help in locating the book.



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