Announcement from the HBLL: Juvenile Materials Can Now Be Renewed
The HBLL is pleased to announce that a recent policy change has resulted in the ability to renew juvenile materials. While the checkout period will still be three weeks juvenile materials can now be renewed either online, by phone, or in person. All patrons using this collection can renew the materials as many times as is allowed by their status. Please note that these materials are also available for holds and recalls and when other patrons have requested the books they will not be available for renewals. We are excited to make this change and hope it will serve you in your use of the juvenile collections
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Using the Juvenile Literature Subject Guide
Browse this "Home" page for general information about the Juvenile Literature Library, its hours, and its blogs and databases. Learn how to find juvenile literature books using Scholar Search and the library catalog.
Click on the tabs above to locate resources to help with assignments and research.
Click on "Juvenile Books in Foreign Langages" for booklists of and instuctions to find foreign language books.
Finding Juvenile Books in HBLL Scholar Search
Finding Juvenile Books in the HBLL Catalog
To find juvenile literature books using the library catalog:
1. Click on "Advanced Keywork Search"
2. Using the menu, search by keyword in the "search all" field, author, title, and/or subject fields.
3. Under "Location," select Juvenile Collection or one of the sub-categories, such as "Juvenile Locked Case" or "Juvenile Collection Big Books."
To search all juvenile collections simultaneously, select "any" in the location field and enter either "juvenile fiction" or "juvenile literature" in the subject field.
The Juvenile Literature Collection is located on level 4 in the southwest wing of the Harold B. Lee Library and help is available both on the fourth floor and the first floor as well as online.
Help on the 4th floor is available in room 4727 or by calling 801-422-1665 during the following times: M: 11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm; T: 10am-11am & 1pm-4pm; W: 1pm-2pm; Th: 10am-11am & 1pm-2pm & 3pm-5pm; F: 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm
Reference assistance is also provided though the Social Science & Education Help Desk on Level 1, or by calling 801-422-6228: M-Th: 8am-9pm; F: 8am-6pm; Sat:10am-6pm
Online help is available though chat accessed though any library page as well as though e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org