Suggest a Purchase!

Looking for an item that is not in our Resnick Library catalog or is not available through Inter-Library Loan? Patrons can now quickly enter requests for new books, films, etc. through a new online web form. To open the form, click SUGGESTIONS>> Suggest a Purchase on the left menu of Resnick Library home page. Although not all requests can be honored, all will be considered (note: we do not order textbooks).

The request entered on this online purchase request form drops into the main library email account. A librarian will email you to let you know if we order it or not. Faculty: please remember to let us know if you want the item placed on reserve for your class (reserve materials can be used by students only in the library; faculty can check them out for personal use).

The Resnick Library catalog can be searched to see if something you requested has been ordered. Go to library home page, do a title or keyword search in the Quick Links box. If your title shows up, click on the far right “Is it here”? It will display ON ORDER or IN PROCESS on the next screen (and no call number on the first screen).

As soon as new books or videos are cataloged and available for use, a call number will appear in the library catalog. You will also get an email letting you know your material is in the library.

Thank you for enhancing your Resnick Library collection!


2 thoughts on “Suggest a Purchase!

  1. Jazmin De La Rosa September 17, 2009 / 6:41 pm

    Rick Riodan- The Lightning Thief

  2. resnicklibrary September 18, 2009 / 2:53 pm

    Hi Jazmin,
    Please use our suggestion form mentioned in the blog post, I’ll make it a hyperlink.
    -Angela Rhodes
    Systems & Instruction Librarian
    SUNY Delhi

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