CSU-Pueblo Library uses the CLIC Courier Service to transfer items to and from other Prospector Libraries . The courier service requires that items being transferred are prepared in a certain manner. Please watch the tutorial (by clicking on the link below) to learn more about properly preparing items for delivery using the courier. Courier slips for Prospector libraries are at the circulation desk arranged alphabetically.
Checking In Items from Courier, Placing on Holdshelf
Returning Prospector Items, Checking In and Putting in Courier
Circulation Opening Procedures
Please follow these steps when opening the Circulation Area. If you have any questions please ask a Circulation Level 2 supervisor or the opening librarian.
Circulation Closing Procedures
Please follow these steps when closing the Circulation area at night. If you have any questions please ask a Circulation Level 2 supervisor or the closing librarian.
Building Closing Procedures
Circ Students: 20 minutes prior to closing, begin announcing on the first floor that the library will be closing soon.
Please count the number of patrons on each floor that you clear and write down or give to Sandy for Friday evening stats.
Librarian: 20 minutes prior to closing, sweep the third floor, gathering up any loose magazines or bound journals to leave at the third floor Help Desk, wing and wing stairwell (Stairwell 4), closing the wing doors on each floor, and door to 108 and 109 from main lobby.
The library use policy was updated in 2017 and the guest login is no longer available. Community members wishing to use a library computer must purchase an LID card at the circulation desk for $5.00. (See Library Use Policy for more information).
Network Log In
Changing Password: Must be completed from a campus network computer.
Making a Word 2007 file compatible with Word 2003: Word 2007 saves files as .docx by default. It is necessary to change this to .doc if you wish for Word 2003 to be able to read the file.
Accessing the Wireless
While in the LARC (and many other buildings on campus) it is possible to access the TWolfnet wireless. To log in to the TWolfnet wireless a user must first register the device they wish to use to access the network. In order to register a device the user must have an e-account log in and know their device's MAC address. (See IT page for more information).
Printing Multiple Slides in PowerPoint
Visit Password Help (under Current Students) to change password.
Paper for the two printers in the Library are located in the green cabinet by the Emergency Exit. Please ask the Librarian on duty to open it for you if you need to add paper.
Unable to login: Have them try the default password. If it works it will prompt them to change the password to a 4-digit PIN.
If the default doesn't work have them Contact the HelpDesk to reset their PIN.
Printing Allotment and Purchasing Additional Pages
Students are allotted 35 free pages of printing per enrolled credit hour. Students that have used this allotment will receive a message stating "Out of Funds". If the student has used all of their allotment they can purchase additional pages at the ValuPort located in the Library (next to the copy machine). Directions for using this machine are provided on the machine.
Note: The ValuPort does not take coins. The per page cost for printing is 5 cents.
Large Print Jobs
Print jobs over 30 pages require an additional confirmation before the job will print. A screen will display asking the student to confirm the print job. The student is required to select continue to print from a drop down menu. If they neglect to select print on this window the job will cancel.
Network or Computer Printing Outage
In some cases the network will be down limiting the ability to print. In this case notify the Librarian on duty so they can contact the IT Help Desk.
If the student cannot print but does not receive a message and other computers are printing have the student try another computer.
6th Floor: A-D call numbers
5th Floor: E-PR call numbers
4th Floor: PS-Z call numbers; Children's book collection; Government Documents (Use SUDOC organization NOT LC call numbers).
3rd Floor: Periodicals
2nd Floor: Reference Collection (A-Z call numbers)
1st Floor: DVD & CD collection; New Books (A-Z call numbers).
What's on the Hold Shelf?
So glad you asked! When a patron requests a hold through the library catalog we will pull from the shelf and hold it for them to pick up at the circulation desk. These are kept on the hold shelf until they're picked up, or for 10 days, and reshelved if they aren't picked up. Prospector and interlibrary loan materials are also kept here for pick up. If Prospector items aren't picked up within 14 days, they are returned to the lending library. The Interlibrary Loan staff will handle those items which are not picked up in a timely fashion.
All items (our own, Prospector, and ILL) for a patron should be bundled together with rubber bands, so that the patron receives everything requested when picking up his/her items.