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Borrowing at the Marshall: changes since 20 April 2015

last modified Apr 22, 2015 04:58 PM
The borrowing allowance for Economics & Development Studies readers has gone up, whereas the maximum number of books which can be taken out by anyone else has gone down. The maximum number of fines (before an account would be blocked) has been increased to £6.00 (before £5.00).

Borrowing at Marshall: changes from 20 April 2015 (Trial until 11 December 2015)

1. Maximum numbers of items you can borrow

Subject

 

Before

20 April 2015

From

20 April 2015

 

Economics

or

Development

Studies

Undergraduates

5

6

Diploma

5

6

MPhil

5

6

PhD

8

10

Faculty

or Centre of Dev Studies staff

10

15

Any other subject

Any level, including University staff:

various (between 5 and 8)

5


2. Fines/Amount blocking account:

Before:
£5.01 blocked your account and prevented you from
a) renewing a book which is overdue
and
b) borrowing any other book.

Since 20 April 2015:
Increase amount to £6.01; this means if an UG forgets to renew 6 books, s/he will be able
to renew them late, but only if s/he remembers soon(er rather than later).


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