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Circulation and Media Units

The Circulation Desk is located on the first floor of the Porter Henderson Library. Various library materials can be checked out at the Circulation Desk. Reserve materials can also be found at the Circulation Desk.

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Circulation Request Forms

The forms below are in the Adobe Acrobat or PDF format. You must have Adobe Acrobat 6.0 or better to view these documents correctly. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat and require assistance installing this software, call the Information Technology Service Center at (325) 942-2911.

Faculty Checkout Request Form   Must be presented in person by the designee checking out materials WITH both required ASU I.D.s

Closed Stacks and Remote Circulation Request Form  Please use a separate form for each item requested or attach printouts from RamCat.

Course Reserve Request Form   One form must accompany each item to be placed on reserve. Please submit to the Circulation Unit of the Library and allow one week for processing.

EReserve Request Forms - One form must accompany each item to be placed on reserve. Please submit to the Circulation Unit of the Library and allow one week for processing.

Microsoft Word document: simply download the file to your own computer, complete it off-line and save it for your records. When ready, you can print the form and bring/send the printout along with a clean, single-sided, unstapled copy of the item listed to the Library Circulation desk, for scanning; or email the form as an attachment to Angela Skaggs. If you assign many of the same readings from year to year, you can keep your Word file to send again in the future, saving yourself retyping your bibliography.

Adobe PDF file: fill out the form online and click the “Submit” button to have the information emailed directly to the Library Circulation staff member in charge of E-Reserves, or print it and bring/send the printout along with a clean, single-sided, unstapled copy of the item listed to the Library Circulation desk, for scanning. [Acrobat Reader 6.0 or higher is required to view and fill out this form; Acrobat Standard or Professional are required to save a filled out copy of this form]

For more information about the Circulation Unit, please contact Angela Skaggs, Head of Access Services, at (325) 486-6524 or angela.skaggs@angelo.edu.

Media

The Media Collection, located in the Basement of the Porter Henderson Library at Angelo State University, has holdings of over 8,000 audio-cassettes, LPs, CDs, videos, 16mm films, laser video discs, and slide collections.  The Media Collection has viewing rooms and listening stations available for convenient access to the collection’s holdings. The Media Collection also provides general assistance with the Library’s microform collections and the microform reader/printers.  For a modest fee, departmental personnel make transparencies, custom microprinting, and laminations for university students, staff, and faculty members.

Monday through Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

For after hours and weekend access,
please contact the Circulation Desk
on the First Floor of the Library.

The Multimedia Support Librarian is Antonella Ward. She can be contacted by email at antonella.ward@angelo.edu or by phone at (325) 486-6540. Contact the Media office at (325) 486-6539 regarding day-to-day operations of the Media Collection.

Curriculum Collection

The Curriculum Collection, located in the basement of the Porter Henderson Library, is a special collection of materials and resources geared to the needs of Angelo State University students majoring in Education. The Curriculum Collection consists of those instructional materials specifically adopted by the Texas State Board of Education and currently in use in the public schools of the state. It includes textbooks, curriculum guides, learning activity books, and other related materials. Instructional materials are on a six-year cycle, with different subjects up for review each year. Materials that are no longer current are removed from the Curriculum Collection. The curriculum collection is for in-library use only (materials cannot be checked out).