Returns refer to the act of bringing back borrowed Library Resources to the library once the borrowing period is over. Patrons are expected to return items on or before the due date to ensure equitable access for other users. Recalls on the other hand, occur when another user is seeking a resource that is currently checked out by another user. In such circumstances, the library may launch a recall procedure, which normally involves shortening the original borrower's borrowing time to meet the new request. This can happen if a resource is in high demand or is required for academic purposes, ensuring equitable resource distribution among users.