A location is an item that the player may be inside. All locations have the attribute LOCATION and are defined using the keyword location.
where an item is kept in the library. OSU Libraries use 3-letter codes (such as BUS for Business Library) in the OSCAR catalog to show which library has the item. [Go to Top of Page
A field in GEMS (Job DataWork Location) that indicates the campus of employment.
A separate, named space that may contain multiple items but is considered as a single entity by locator and warehouse management systems in specifying height, depth, weight allowed, and other factors.
Identifies where an item is shelved and often its format.
The space or room where an item is listed in a probate inventory by the appraiser.
Physical Campus location Back
Where the item is housed. In Einstein, the location is given in the left-hand column of the item record.
Single location e.g. North Campus Main Campus
Where an item is kept in the library. Location information is provided by library maps usually located in the lobby. Both location and call number are necessary to find an item in the library.
A code designating where in the Library material can be found.
The physical place where an item is kept, for example Portland, Warrnambool or Hamilton campus library.
Where the item is housed. In WebPals, the location is given on the second line of the item record.
The collection in which a particular item can be found, and the place in the Library where that collection is housed.
Most libraries, unless very small, have different things in different places, such as a reference section and special collections of one kind or another. In addition, some things are so valuable that they must be kept under lock and key. Knowing the location is an important part of the search process, since you can’t find something if you don’t know where it is.
The area within the library in which an item is housed. Both location and call number are needed in order to find specific items and can be determined by using the catalogue. Listing of UNB locations
The physical position of a document within a library's holdings; it is usually represented by an alphanumeric symbol.
Where the physical item is housed.
in GEORGE, the information given under "location" tells which library has the book and in what general area it is kept. Click on the location for a call number chart and floor or campus maps.
The campus studies undertaken at (Main Campus, South Africa or other).
A field in the catalog record that indicates which specific OSU library or reading room has an item.
A cluster of buildings on campus or an off-campus teaching location.
Where a book, journal, or other item is kept in the library.
On and off Campus
is the library that owns the item.