Thank you so much, to the 7 colleagues who answered me. The rules and
regulations vary quite a lot!
Nonetheless, I now have some arguments for reducing the number of loans per
I don't think I will even try to make an 'abstract' of the information I
I wish you all a relaxing spring weekend!
--On 13. mars 2009 14:14 +0100 Kjersti Lie <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> normally we do not even check how many loans our patrons have, but there
> is always someone...
> Now we have a young student with 112 loans, and so far we have not had
> any restrictions on how many books you may check out. All we have in our
> lending regulations, is this: "The loan period is normally 4 weeks. There
> may be restrictions due to material type or library unit. Note that some
> library units have their own regulations." In other words, there is an
> before we consider changing our regulations, it would be nice to hear
> from you (all): do you have restrictions on loans? If so, do they apply
> both to researchers/teachers and students? I would also welcome any
> comments you may have, whether you have a restriction or not!
> I wish you all a nice weekend.
> Kjersti in the snow
> (but I saw several snowdrops in the garden yesterday!!!)