Extended Faculty loan periods for videos

Effective immediately, the Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media is
lengthening the faculty loan period for video from twenty-four hours to two
days, with weekend loans extended, as follows:

**Checkout Monday: Due Wednesday by closing time
**Checkout Tuesday: Due Thursday by closing time
**Checkout Wednesday:  Due Friday by closing time
**Checkout Thursday before 7:00 p.m.: Due Saturday by closing time
**Checkout Thursday after 7:00 p.m.: Due Monday by 10:30 a.m.
**Checkout Friday: Due Monday by 10:30 a.m.
**Checkout Saturday: Due Monday by closing time
**Checkout Sunday: Due Tuesday by closing time

(For our operating hours please refer to
http://library.nyu.edu/about/hours/spring.html ).

The following borrower categories have faculty privileges in the Avery
Fisher Center and are therefore eligible for the extended video loans:

**NYU and Consortium faculty at all ranks
**Registered additional borrowers of NYU and Consortium faculty
**Registered teaching and research assistants of NYU and Consortium faculty
**NYU Ph.D. students

The extended loans apply only to non-reserve videos.  Videos on reserve are
restricted to loans of no more than six hours, regardless of the day of the
week.

(For the complete Avery Fisher loan policy please refer to
http://library.nyu.edu/afc/ ).

We hope this new loan scheme will provide a great measure of flexibility and
convenience in connection with class preparation and teaching, balancing
that with a fair and reasonable level of access to our collection on the
part of all our student and faculty clientele.

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