Universal Return Statistics Sheets

Author: smoody
Posted in: Circulation Services Group

Daily Statistics

Place a hash mark for each non-owned item received by the unit in the appropriate category. An item can be marked in more than one category (e.g. “Not checked-in/placed in-transit” and “Received damaged”). Please transfer data to the monthly form and submit that form to Mark Marrow (mmarrow@library.berkeley.edu)

Receiving Library: __________________________

Date: _____________________

 

Owning Library Checked-in/Placed In Transit Not Checked-in/Placed In Transit Received Damaged Received Incomplete Reserves
Anthropology

 

Art History/Classics

 

Bioscience

 

Business

 

Chemistry

 

Earth Sciences

 

East Asian

 

Education-Psychology

 

Engineering

 

Environmental Design

 

Ethnic Studies

 

Graduate Services

 

Institute of Governmental Studies

 

Institute for Research on Labor

 

Institute of Transportation

Studies

 

Law

 

Main (GardnerStacks)

 

Mathematics Statistics

 

Media Resources

 

Moffitt

 

Morrison

 

Music

 

Newspapers/Microforms

 

Optometry

 

Physics-Astronomy

 

Public Health

 

Social Welfare

 

South/Southeast Asia

 

TOTALS

 

 

Monthly statistics (see excel file on the forms page):  UniversalReturnStatsForm.xls

General Universal Return instructions: Universal-return-instructions

Legacy Data

Author: Charis Takaro
Approval Group: CSG
Update Group: Circulation Services Group
Last updated date: 03/18/12

Archived Comments

Returning a Reserve to a Non-owning Unit
Wed, 02/17/2016 – 14:34 — mbuchman
When a reserve item is returned to a non-owning unit and the patron is long gone, this procedure says to set it in transit without checking in because we want the borrower to be charged for travel time. True. But it would seem more important to get the item back into circulation as soon as possible – esp. if it is the only copy – so should we add that the owning unit should be contacted to see if they want to send a runner? (This is in the procedure re return of fragile items, so it’s in our arsenal of responses…)

Created: April 28, 2016
Last revised: December 7, 2016
Review date: None set

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