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Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library: News

Hold lockers now replacing curbside pickup for Library materials

by Chris Read on 2020-08-27T10:11:00-05:00 in Health Sciences | Comments

Curbside pickup for print materials is now closed but you can still get your items – contactless– from hold lockers at Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library.

Any student, staff, or faculty member can request print materials for pickup at a hold locker.  Hold lockers provide contact free pickup of physical library materials during the hours the buildings are open.


Hold locker locations

The hold locker for Bannatyne campus faculty, students, and staff is located outside the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library, 2nd floor Brodie Centre727 McDermot Avenue, and available 5:30 AM to 5:30 PM, every day. 


Requesting items for hold locker pickup

When requesting an item discovered via Library searchclick Request under the Get It section. 

Choose your campus location. You will be able to select either Elizabeth Dafoe Library or Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library for for pickup, depending on your faculty.  You must be logged in to request items. 

Once a hold is placed, the item will be available for pick up within 3 – 5 business days. When the item is ready for pickup, you will receive an email notification with instructions. You must have your UM ID card in order to retrieve your item(s) from the hold locker. 

Learn more about how to use the Libraries’ hold lockers. 


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