Answered By: CUHK Library Last Updated: Nov 23, 2020 Views: 18
A Circulation Activity Report is a courtesy reminder that the Library sends to users on a regularly basis to remind them of any current loans activity, including any overdue items and/or fines in their account. If you still need the items that you have borrowed and they are not yet due, you may continue to use them. Except for items that are on short loan (e.g. course reserves, current journals, and laptops etc.) or being recalled or requested by other library users, all loans can be automatically renewed. You can check your loans via My Library Record. If an item cannot be automatically renewed, you will receive a library notice in advance and the item must be returned on or before the due date. If you have any outstanding fines, you are encouraged to settle them with the Library as soon as possible.
Please note once a recalled item is overdue all items under a user's account will not be able to be renewed until the recalled item is returned.
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