Answered By: Ash Armstrong Last Updated: Jun 19, 2018 Views: 241
A copy of a book listed as "not loanable" is for Reference Only and cannot be taken out on loan from the Library.
These copies can be be identified by a red spine label: "FOR USE IN THE LIBRARY ONLY" and a red label inside the book with the same message.
Copies of certain titles are designated as such because they are in high demand.
You can scan a chapter of a book in the Library. There is no charge for scanning.