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The book that I want to borrow says that it is being "PROCESSED". What does that mean? Does that mean I can't borrow it?

Last Updated: Jun 12, 2014  |  17 Views

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When it says the book you are looking for is being "PROCESSED", it means it is in the library and waiting to be catalogued. If you need the book, you can click "Request it".

This means that the book will be rushed catalogued within 24 hours. When the book is ready, it will be placed on the "Hold Shelf" on the 1st floor of the library.

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