The Library/Learning Commons will continue to provide all our services within safety guidelines.
Continuing services include:
Professional research assistance for students, faculty, and staff
Information literacy instruction,
Access to online scholarly databases, documents and ebooks
Services that are not fully operational include:
We welcome your Interlibrary loan requests, you may experience some delays.
Access to print and DVD materials in the Library’s collections will be limited, as detailed below
Our librarians are fully committed to creative problem solving for faculty and students seeking to gain access to resources they need. Our excellent librarians can often suggest alternative information sources and research materials to replace those that have become inaccessible. We encourage faculty and students encountering issues to contact us via email, phone, text and chat, as detailed below.
Details on Delivery of Ongoing Services
Do you still have a book checked out and you're not sure what to do with it now?
Please do not mail interlibrary loan materials back to the original library, because we will have no way of verifying that the material was returned.
Access to Print Materials
The Learning Commons makes available thousands of scholarly journal articles, ebooks, video and documents anywhere/anytime via our website. However, there are still important research materials that are only available in print. Unfortunately, in order to protect the health and safety of staff, until further notice we are no longer able to retrieve physical items from the Library. When circumstances allow, we will restart this service. In the meantime, we will still consider purchase of print items not currently in our collection. If you have any questions please contact Alexa Williams, Assessment and Special Projects Librarian (email@example.com), with questions.
Virtually all interlibrary loan services are currently unavailable, making it more difficult to provide access to materials not in the Library’s collections. To this end, for print or other materials that are not available in our collection, we will continue to accept requests for purchases using using our Request a Book for the Library Collection form or contact Anne Hancock with questions. In certain circumstances, we may arrange for the purchased item to be mailed directly to the user. In such cases, the user will be responsible for reimbursing the Library for the cost of the item if it is not returned promptly (in person or by mail) after the Library reopens.
Streaming Video Services
For faculty who need access to video content for their courses, we will work with you to identify, obtain and make available appropriate materials. Please contact Anne Hancock, firstname.lastname@example.org, for assistance.