FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION (FAQ)
- How do I apply for library membership?
- How many books can I borrow with my library card?
- What is the difference between Open Shelf Collection, Red Spot Collection and Reference Collection?
Membership is automatically registered for students, academic staff and administrative staff of Linton University College,Pertama Institute of Technology, Jati Institute and Institut Antarabangsa Sains Mantin.
Bring your Student/ Staff ID to activated your account.
The loan entitlements for the various categories of membership:
|Type of Materials||Academic
|Open Shelf Books||5 Copies (30 days)||2 Copies (7 days)||1 Copies (7 days)|
|7 days||2 hours within the library
overnight loan only
|For use in the library only|
|2 Copies- For use in the library only|
|CD ROM||2 items
(For use in the library only)
- The Open Shelf Collection is textbooks or books of every discipline that can be borrowed.
- The Red Spot Collection is valuable and expensive collections (high demand) that can only be used or borrowed for a short time only.
- The Reference Collection is the collection mainly for reference purpose only and cannot be taken out of the library. Example: Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Indexes, Abstracts, Directories, Almanacs and Bibliographies.
All staff and students who wish to place bookings for a discussion or meeting room are allowed to place same-day / walk-in / request or by emailing to our representative library staff.
- Discussion room, minimum person is 3 and maximum is 10 persons only.
- Meeting room, the capacity can fit maximum 25 persons or supervised by lecturer.
Fines of RM0.20 cent per books per day will be imposed a day after the due date of the book.
Please log-in in Library Website (WebOPAC) by using your IC Number / Passport (No space) and password (last 6 digits of your IC Number / Passport). This is for registered member only. For those who are unable to access the library website means you are not become the library membership. Please go to circulation counter and request for membership form.
You can pay your fines by cash at the Library Circulation Counter. Please request for a receipt after making the payment.
Please report at the Circulation Counter for any loss of books at the circulation counter.
- The calculation of fines for the loss books will immediately stop on the report date.
- On the date the report is made, patron will be given time to search for the book.
- If the books still can’t be found, patron will be given 2 choices whether replace the similar books with latest edition or pay the latest book’s price.
- In addition to that, the patron also needs to pay overdue fines accruing to the book (fines from the due date until the date reported lost)
Please report the damage to the Circulation Counter staff when returning the book. The staff will survey the extent of the damage to ascertain whether you need to pay the damage.
You have 2 choices for renewing.
- You can renew it online via library website. Make sure the book is not overdue yet.
- Walk-in to the Circulation Counter and bring along the books.
You have 3 choices to reserve the book.
- You can walk-in to the Circulation Counter and fill up the Book Reservation Form.
- Place hold the book via library website.
- By emailing to our representative library staff.
Fines / Penalty
- A fine is charged on loans kept beyond the due date upon the return of a loan.
- Fines will be charged from the first day that a loan is overdue until the loan record is cleared or until the item is reported lost.
- Students will be suspended from borrowing or use the library materials if the books are not returned or if fines are outstanding.