Raven Grey (ginger_doe) wrote in library_grrls,
Raven Grey
ginger_doe
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Hello, I have a question about desk copies for professors. There are some books that a professor requested and he got them as free copies. He then brought them back saying he wanted to keep them. As far as I know there is no procedure that has to be done for this. He can just keep the books, correct? I don’t have to return these copies and actually pay for them when re-ordering? I don’t think he is going to be using them for classes but just in his personal library. I just want to make sure that I’m going about this process correctly.
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