Answered By: Robin Mize Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016 Views: 23
All you need to do to check out one of the library's many print items is to come in and we will be happy to check it out to you. There are some exceptions, however. For example, we don't check out reference books or books in Special Collections; and we don't allow CDs or DVDs to be removed from the library. We also provide a large number of electronic resources which students may access whether they are on campus or off campus at their convenience.
We own two titles that start with the term, "Lost Boy." One is a juvenile fiction located in Special Collections. You may view the book in our Rare Books Room, but you won't be able to check that item out of the library.
The other title is The lost boy, a foster child's search for the love of a family. This is an electronic book which you may view on your computer or other electronic device at any time without having to come into the library. If you click on the linked title above, you will be taken to the book's description page within our online catalog. Under the title of the book you will see a line that says "How to Access:" with a link that says, "View this ebook."
After you click the link to view the ebook, you will be prompted to log in using your Brenau email username and your 6-digit student ID number. After that, you should be directed to the ebook.
If you have any questions or experience any problems please feel free to respond to this thread or to contact someone at the library for additional help.