Circulation Desk / Circulation
A resource that provides concise information on a specific subject.
Physical, printed material.
A library service that enables users to request that unavailable material be held for them once it becomes available again. Holds are kept at the Circulation Desk for pickup for a limited period time.
All materials (e.g., print, non-print, electronic, etc.) owned or "held" by a library.
An abbreviation for Hypertext Markup Language. A coding language used to create webpages.
A document intended to be viewed electronically.
An abbreviation for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. An application protocol that enables hypertext to be transmitted across the Internet.
A website URL that is encoded with a link that takes the user to the linked resource when clicked. Example: http://sherman.library.nova.edu
A multimedia source that is encoded with a link that takes the user to the linked resource when clicked.
Electronic text or image that is encoded with a link that takes the user to the linked resource when clicked. Example: Library