Answered By: Robert Sebek
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2015     Views: 108

Being Reshelved means the book was returned to the library in the past 3 days and is probably not back on the shelf yet (you may want to check the shelf just in case it is there). The first place you could try looking is the Reshelving Room on the floor where the book is normally located. There is a Reshelving Room on each floor, to the left as you exit the elevator.

If the book is not in the Reshelving Room, find a librarian or a shelver to help you look in the main reshelving room on the first floor and/or behind the circulation desk, the other two possibilities where the book might be located. If you still can't find the book (or if you'd just rather not go through those steps), complete a Request a search for a missing book. It may take 1-2 days for library staff to conduct the search, but when the book is located, it will be held for you at the Circulation Desk.

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