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After I look up a specific book title, a page appears indicating the location, call number, and status of that book. Under Status, why does it

After I look up a specific book title, a page appears indicating the location, call number, and status of that book. Under Status, why does it say the book is "In Use" at 1 location and it lists when the book is due at another location? What does "In Use" mean? If the book is unavailable because it's checked out, why doesn't give the date due? and if it's not checked out, why is it unavailable?
Last Updated: Sep 09, 2014  |  10 Views
 
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"In use" status usually indicates a book that is being transferred from one branch to another. We often check our shelves and will trade items between branches internally. The book will be available when it is checked in at its new location.

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