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VCFA Library Questions
If the following information and procedures do not answer the question please contact the VCFA Library at:
Or call anytime: 802-828-8512 for help and voice mail
Register for a MyJSTOR account in order to:
Your MyJSTOR account allows you to personalize features.
For more information about JSTOR, please visit http://about.jstor.org
If you need additional assistance, please contact JSTOR Support.
(888) 388-3574 (toll-free in USA and Canada)
1 (734) 887-7001 (toll number)
It is possible to find out what books are checked out to you by signing in to your personal account.
The only way to change a Username or Password is to contact the VCFA Library.
There is a limit of 10 Interlibrary Loan items out at any one time. Mailing labels for the return of Library Loan books can be made on request. There is no limit to the circulation of VCFA owned books, however it is preferred that borrowers make their own arrangements for returning books owned by the VCFA Library, for example, bringing them back during residencies.
We charges no fines or fees unless a book is lost then the library that lent us the books sends fees and bills.
For Interlibrary Loan books check the due date, which is set by the lending library, not us, on the slips of paper that arrive with the book. If a due date is approaching sent an email to:
requesting a renewal. Those are usually granted by the lender, but if it is not renewed we reply to your email asking you to send back the book and also asking you if you would like us to borrow the title from a different library.
For books owned by the VCFA Library use the link on the VCFA World Card Catalog labeled "Your Account". It is easy to renew books there.
Here is a link to an illustration showing where to look on our catalog.
Renewing VCFA Library Books
The VCFA Library will send a postage paid label via email for books borrowed from other libraries. It is preferred that borrowers make their own arrangements for returning books owned by the VCFA Library, for example, bringing them back during residencies.
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