When you find a book you want, there are three parts to note. They include the following:
Because some location codes restrict how a book is used, you may want to check for any messages as well, which will tell you if an item is local/library use only. Such a message would prevent you from requesting or checking out an item.
|Collection Name||Where to Look|
|Tiffin Main||Basement for call number A-HE
2nd Floor for call numbers HF-Z
|Tiffin Reference||Main Floor|
|Tiffin Faculty Development||Main Floor|
|Tiffin Student Success||Main Floor|
|Tiffin Video||Main Floor - Ask main desk|
|Tiffin Reserve||Main Floor - Ask main desk|
|Tiffin Periodical||Main Floor|
|Tiffin Microfilm||Main Floor - Ask main desk|
Depending on what the location of the item is, it will affect how you find the item. If a location begins with anything other than Tiffin, you will need to request the item (unless you want to drive to pick it up). Be sure to check the item's status (as learned above) before making a special trip!
Tiffin has several different locations for its items that you may see when looking in the catalog. They include the following:
Pfeiffer Library Locations: What it Looks Like in the Catalog & How You Can Use It