Question: What does "on order" mean?

Answer


If an item says "on order" in the record that means the library has ordered the item to be added into the library collection. This can sometimes take a while, and you might want to consider placing an Interlibrary Loan or E-ZBorrow request instead for expedited delivery. 

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Last Updated: Jun 18, 2018Views:

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