Items on loan to another patron can be recalled. Requesting recall will shorten the loan period for the patron currently holding the loan and will stop the item from being renewed. While the library endeavours to purchase extra copies of high-demand items (or puts them in Reserves), multiple recall requests do happen. In these cases, the maximum borrowing will be reduced to 7 days.
To request a recall, sign into Omni and select the Request button, indicate pick-up location and a “not needed after” date and submit the request.
- It may take up to 2 weeks for a recall item to become available to you. You will be notified via email when it is available.
- There may be recall requests that precede your own, resulting in a longer wait.
- You can’t recall items in Reserves.
- You can’t recall items current on order, in processing, in transit, lost, or missing.
All York University Libraries (Bronfman, Frost, Scott, Steacie) and the Osgoode Hall Law Library will transfer items for regular stacks and some other collections that are currently not on loan between the Keele and Glendon campuses upon request.
To request intercampus borrowing, signing into Omni and select the Request button, indicate pick-up location and submit the request.
- The transfer generally takes 1-2 business days. You will be notified via email when it is available.
Retrieval from storage is available for collections when the Request link appears for storage items not currently on loan. Pickup is usually available at any of York University Libraries’ branches or the Osgoode Hall Law Library unless the item is designated as in-house use only.
- Request from storage generally take 1-2 business days. You will be notified via email when it is available.