Library (COVID-19) Services Update

Winter service summary
Access to library spaces
Access to collections
Library Services
Notice of disruptions

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Tab was last updated: April 5th, 2022

Update on Library Services for Winter 2022

The Library is adjusting our building hours on Waterloo and Kitchener campus libraries to support our students as part of the University’s return to in-person instruction. The Brantford Public Library will continue to deliver book requests and related services on the Brantford campus for the winter.

Key Highlights

All services in the Library will be guided by Laurier’s health and safety protocols and policies.

Starting the week of February 28th

  • Waterloo campus library will be open from 8:30 am to 8 pm daily, Monday to Friday and weekends Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm

From April 6th to April 23rd, the Waterloo campus library will be open 24 hours per day

The following service elements will apply for the winter:

  • All users entering the Library will be required to wear a face covering (unless granted exemption)
  • Library users will still be able to request items in Omni for pick up in Waterloo and at Kitchener at the service desk
  • Group study rooms will be limited to single occupant use and will be booked for individual use
  • Access to Archives and Special Collections will be available by appointment only
  • Library will provide access to individual study rooms through booking system with priority booking for students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre (ALC)
  • Individual study rooms for all students is available on the 3rd floor. Reservation requires
  • Study space at the Brantford DLLC is available, but DLLC Library services will not be available until further notice

Library Service Details

In-Building and In-Person Services

Library Building Hours
Waterloo Campus Library
Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library
  • Thursday to Friday, 10 am to 2 pm (see following note)

Note: Students may access the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library for study space at all other times the building is open by One Card swipe.

Brantford (Book borrowing services provided at Brantford Public Library Main Branch)
  • Students can study in the DLLC
  • Brantford DLLC services (including Game Collection)
  • Brantford Public Library (BPL) will continue to provide access to print collections and will offer borrowing services for Laurier Brantford users based on BPL protocols
  • See BPL website for Main Branch service hours
Student Study Space

Library study space will be provided at Waterloo campus starting Monday March 7 during building opening hours as follows.

  • Open study spaces (carrels and tables) and study spaces (carrels and tables) on all upper floors do not require reservations and are available on a first come, first served basis
  • Group study rooms on floors 4, 5, 6, and 7 can be reserved directly by users for up to three hours per day
  • Students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre can reserve individual study rooms (floors 4, 5, 6 and 7) for up to six hours per day
  • All students can reserve individual study rooms on floor 3 for up to 3 hours per day

For additional information, see the Library’s Study areas page.

Library study space will be provided at the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library starting Thursday February 10th during building service, as follows:

  • Open study spaces (carrels and tables) and study spaces (carrels and tables) in the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library do not require booking and are available on a first come, first served basis
  • There are two study rooms that are limited to one occupant each. Users will be able to reserve them directly for up to three hours per day
Access and Circulation of Print Library Materials

Access to book stacks at the Waterloo campus and Kitchener Faculty of Social Work libraries will re-open as of February 7th. Users can request items for pick up at the Waterloo campus library (main service desk) or Faculty of Social Work library (user services desk). Brantford Public Library will provide borrowing services for Laurier Brantford users.

Note: Users who require access to microforms (microfilm and microfiche) may book an appointment during Waterloo campus library building hours

Additional service details
  • Omni and interlibrary loan (ILL) requests will be available for pick up at the service desk at the Waterloo campus library, the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library, and the Brantford Public Library
  • Access to materials from the fourth floor ensemble room (scores and videos) will be available by request to be picked up from the main floor service desk
  • For users who are not able to come to campus, the Library will continue to offer a direct to home mail service (Mail on Demand, see below)
Omni Service Enhancements (Scan on Demand, Mail on Demand)

The Library will continue to offer several innovative services developed during the pandemic shut down.

Scan on Demand: Users can request scans of print book chapters or single journal articles held at the Laurier Library Waterloo campus. Scanned items will be delivered via email. For more details, visit the Scan on Demand service page.

Mail on Demand: Users can request books and other print items from Laurier and all partner Libraries through Omni for delivery by mail. The Library will mail your requested items to you with return postage included. For instructions on how to use it, visit the Mail on Demand service page.

Archives and Special Collections

The Archives and Special Collections is open for research appointments only from Mondays to Friday 10 am to 1 pm and 2 pm to 4 pm

The Library will evaluate the access to archival services for public as winter 2022 term progresses and the University issues protocols for visitors to campus.

Robert Langen Art Gallery

The Robert Langen Art Gallery and in-building exhibitions are currently available to Laurier faculty, staff, and students, Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm (Saturday and Sunday closed)

External visitors can view the exhibitions by appointment only. Email RLAG@wlu.ca

The Reconnection, Chain Reaction, 2020-2021, Chain Reactions, 2021-2022, and LIFT Series Face Lift exhibitions are available online.

Please email RLAG@wlu.ca with any questions.

Library Makerspace

The physical Library Makerspace is now open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9am to noon and 1pm to 4pm.

No appointments are necessary and there is no room capacity limit

Maker Monday is now in-person only, virtual is discontinued

Online/Virtual Services

1) Course Readings (Reserves) and Textbook Support

The print reserves services will not be available for the winter term. Students can access a wide variety of course materials (scanned journal articles and book chapters, eBook chapters, streaming audio/video, etc.) through the Library's ARES online reserve system from the Library homepage or within MyLearningSpace.

The Library will continue to purchase electronic textbooks where these are commercially available with an institutional license. Faculty are encouraged to contact their Subject Liaison Librarian for additional assistance.

2) Enhanced Online Resources and Services

The Library continues to provide enhanced access to electronic resources and services to support faculty and students through the re-opening and transition period. Additional details on online resources available from the Library Covid-19 Services page.

The Library will be launching a new project in January 2022 based on demand and evidence based acquisition of electronic books. This project will provide access to more than 250,000 eBooks with several large academic publishers and vendors: Taylor and Francis, Routledge, CRC Press, Cambridge University Press and JSTOR. All of these eBooks will be searchable and accessible through Omni. After one year, eBooks with significant use will be purchased and permanently added to Laurier’s collection. Additional details will be forthcoming.

The Library will continue to purchase licenses for individual streamed videos to support faculty teaching needs.

3) Ask Us Virtual Chat Service

The virtual research support service Ask Us will continue to be available for Laurier users during the virtual chat service hours

4) Subject Liaison Librarian Support

Through winter 2022, Subject Liaison Librarians will provide support primarily online.

Each academic program has a librarian who manages the collections and provides research help and teaching support on research and information management skills using the Library. Liaison Librarians provide a variety of support services to faculty including:

  • Providing research help students and faculty
  • Selecting & managing information resources across disciplines
  • Creating online course and subject guides
  • Supporting teaching and learning by providing instruction on Research skills
  • Integrating research content within MyLearningSpace

A listing of Subject Librarians is available on the Library’s website.

Support for Accessibility/Students with Disabilities

The Library provides a number of targeted services to support students registered with Accessible Learning Centre (ALC) to remove barriers, and allow opportunities for equal participation.

The Library provides a number of individual study rooms for the use of (ALC) registered students.

The Library also provides alternative accessible formats with visual or perceptual disabilities through our scanned book services (ACE and HathiTrust Accessible texts services) and our in-house adaptable technology and software services.

For further information, see the Library’s Accessible services listing.

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Building access

Waterloo Campus Library Hours

Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library Hours

Brantford Campus Hours

  • The Brantford campus' Digital Library and Learning Commons (DLLC) will be accessible for study space, but access to the Gaming Library is suspended at this time.
  • Brantford Public Library (BPL) will continue to provide access to print collections and will offer borrowing services for Laurier Brantford users based on BPL protocols
  • See the BPL website for the BPL Main Branch service hours

Laurier Archives and Special Collections

  • Access to the Archives and Special Collections will be available for Laurier faculty, students, staff, and general community by appointment only.
    • Appointments are available Monday through Friday, 10 am to 1 pm or 2 pm to 4 pm
    • For more information, email libarch@wlu.ca or by online form

Staff continue to provide some virtual reference services, on-demand scanning services and answer questions about supports for classes and research.

Please see the Laurier Archives Research collections and Archives and Special Collections websites to research our holdings online.

Library Makerspace

  • The Library Makerspace at the Waterloo campus library is now operating physically only
  • It is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9am to noon and 1pm to 4pm
  • No appointments are required and there is no room capacity
  • The Virtual Maker Monday is not being offered

Study Spaces

Library study space are available on the Waterloo and Kitchener campuses during building opening hours. All users entering the Library will be required to wear a face covering (unless granted exemption.)

For Waterloo:

  • Open study spaces (carrels and tables) and study spaces (carrels and tables) on all upper floors do not require reservations and are available on a first come, first served basis
  • Group study rooms on floors 4, 5, 6, and 7 will be limited to one occupant and can be reserved directly by users for up to three hours per day
  • Students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre can reserve individual study rooms (floors 4, 5, 6 and 7) for up to six hours per day. ALC priority reservations for a study room is available through the library's website
  • All students can reserve individual study rooms on third floor for 3 hours per day

For Kitchener:

  • Open study spaces (carrels and tables) and study spaces (carrels and tables) on all upper floors do not require reservations and are available on a first come, first served basis
  • There are two study rooms that are limited to one occupant and can be reserved directly by users for up to three hours per day
  • Kitchener study rooms can be reserved online

For additional information, see the Library’s study areas page.

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Accessible Content ePlatform (ACE)

The ACE service, which provides alternate formats of printed books, is currently operational. Due to COVID-related operational restrictions, workflows have been modified to accommodate safety protocols and response times may be slower. Students with ACE tokens can browse materials currently digitized and contained in the ACE repository. Students can also make a request to access an alternative format, digital version of items not found in the repository.

For additional information on the ACE service, please see the library's ACE service page.

For questions, please contact the Library’s Accessibility staff.

Access to Online Resources

Databases and Electronic Collections

The Laurier Library has a rich collection of online databases, eBooks, eJournals, and other digital materials to support your teaching, learning, and research throughout the mandated closure of our library locations. These include:

Hathi Trust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS)

With the re-opening of the Library’s book stacks and collections at Waterloo and Kitchener campuses, the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) has been deactivated.

For more information, please see the library news item about HathiTrust service deactivation.

Access to Physical Collections

Access to the Waterloo campus and Kitchener Faculty of Social Work libraries book shelves are now open. Brantford Public Library will provide borrowing services for Laurier Brantford Users.

Laurier students, faculty, and staff can access books and other circulating collections through the following library services:

Omni Request (Books to Go)

Using the Books to Go service, books and circulating items can be ordered through Omni and picked up at the Waterloo campus library, Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library, or the Brantford Public Library

Additional service details:

  • Omni and items requested through interlibrary loan (ILL) will be available for pick up at the service desk in Waterloo campus Library, Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library and the Brantford Public Library
  • NEW: For Kitchener FSW Library Users can now also pick up items outside of staff hours. Self-serve Hold pick-up steps:
    • Look for your books on the cart by the User Services desk. They’ll be grouped together in a bag with your last name indicating they’re yours.
    • Take the books. Nothing else is required at this time.
    • Library staff will contact you over the next week and confirm you picked up your books. Your loaned items will show up on your Omni account shortly after that.
  • Access to materials from the fourth floor ensemble room (scores and videos) will be available by request to be picked up from the main floor service desk
  • Books to Go bookmobile will continue to operate delivering books and other requested items under an enhanced schedule across all our campus locations

For users who are not able to come to Waterloo or Brantford campuses, the Library offers a direct to home mail service (Mail on Demand) or a scanning service (Scan on Demand) - see below.

Mail on Demand

Laurier students, faculty, and staff can request circulating collections (such as books) to be mailed to any Canadian address through Omni. The library will provide you with a prepaid mailing label so you can return the books to the library by mail for free.

More details are described on the library's Mail on Demand service page.

Scan on Demand

The Library has a new digitization service, Scan on Demand, which gives undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty the ability to request digital scans from books or journals.

Scanning is limited to items from the Library’s Waterloo collection and will follow the University's Access Copyright and Fair Dealing guidelines.

Requests can be submitted through Omni.

For more information on how to access and use this service, including lists of which resources are included, please see the Scan on Demand service page.

Course Reserves

The print reserves services will not be available for the 2022 winter term.

Students can access a wide variety of course materials (scanned journal articles and book chapters, ebook chapters, streaming audio/video, etc.) through the Library's ARES online reserve system from the Library homepage or within MyLearningSpace.

Faculty members are encouraged to work with Library Copyright and Resource Delivery Services Department (CaRDS) to develop and provide access to electronic reserves and electronic course packs.

Please consult the course readings (reserves) page or email libreserves@wlu.ca for assistance with course readings (reserves). Students are encouraged to check with their professors with questions about revised course readings.

The Library will continue to purchase electronic textbooks where these are commercially available with an institutional license. Faculty are encouraged to contact their Subject Liaison Librarian for additional assistance.

Subject librarians can also provide assistance to faculty members for course readings through purchase of electronic books (where available). The Library also maintains a resource page with information on openly licensed teaching materials, such as Open Educational Resources (OERs).

The Library provides a number of copyright services to faculty, including copyright clearance services for course materials. The Library’s Quick Guide to Copyright is available. Questions on copyright including clearances should be emailed to libreserves@wlu.ca.

Gaming Collection

The Library’s gaming collection, including all game consoles, digital games and board games, located in the Brantford Digital Library and Learning Commons (DLLC) is currently not available.

Interlibrary Loan (Requesting from other Libraries)

Interlibrary loan (ILL) services for physical and electronic items are available.

Requesting Items

Placing Requests

  • If you find the item after searching Omni, then you can place the request directly through Omni. The library will automatically place the request with an Omni library that has it
  • If you can't find the item after searching Omni, then submit your interlibrary loan request through Racer and the library will borrow the item from a library beyond Omni

Getting Items

Delivery

  • All physical ILL requests will be delivered through Laurier's Books to Go pick-up service or the Mail on Demand service
  • Items requested through Omni are delivered to Laurier five days a week
    • Items from local university partners (the University of Guelph and the University of Waterloo) and the Annex will take 2 to 4 business days to arrive
    • Items from other universities may take longer

Pickup

  • Items requested through interlibrary loan can be picked up at the Waterloo campus library, the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library, and the Brantford Public Library main branch.

Returns

  • Items can be returned at the Waterloo campus library, Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library, and the Brantford Public Library main branch

Fines

  • Fines will not accrue for late interlibrary loans at this time

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    Accessibility services

    • The Library continues to offer accessibility services to Laurier students, faculty and staff with disabilities who are working online. For research or other assistance, please email the Library's Accessibility Services staff.
    • As of September 13th, the Waterloo campus library will again be providing access to individual study rooms for students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre.

    Borrowing books and other items

    Users can request books through Omni and interlibrary loan (ILL)

    Please refer to the Books to Go service page for more details

    Picking up books and other items

    Users can pick up books at the Waterloo campus library, the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library, and the Brantford Public Library main branch

    Please refer to the Books to Go service page for more details

    Returning books and other items

    You can review your borrowed items online through the My Library Accounts menu option in Omni. Should you have trouble renewing your loans, or have any questions, please contact us Library’s Ask Us chat or email us.

    Books can be returned at the Waterloo campus library, the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library, and the Brantford Public Library main branch.

    Due dates and fines

    No fines will be charged for overdue Library books and other materials not returned during building closures. All borrowed items will have their due dates extended accordingly.

    Current due dates for all books and materials on loan from Laurier and Waterloo have been extended to September 7th, 2021. Loans from University of Guelph must be renewed (if desired) through your My Library Account in Omni. If you are unable to renew items from the University of Guelph, email library circulation. The Library will provide additional information about materials borrowed from other libraries (interlibrary loan) in the future.

    The Library provides a number of copyright services to faculty, including copyright clearance services for course materials. For general information on copyright services, see the Copyright page. The Library’s Quick Guide to Copyright is available. Questions on copyright including clearances should be emailed to: libreserves@wlu.ca.

    Help & research assistance

    The Library’s Ask Us chat service is available Monday to Friday 10 am to 10 pm and Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm.

    Subject librarians are also available to work remotely with members of the Laurier community. Appointments can be booked online with librarians. Course guides and subject guides can provide support for your class assignments. You can also send us your questions directly by email.

    The Library phone system for help is currently not available. The Library’s Ask Us chat service is available Monday to Friday 10 am to 10 pm and Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm.

    Online library instruction

    Librarians can support online courses by providing online research skills instruction and student research help. Some possible options are suggested on the online instruction support page. Librarians can do live instruction using Zoom, create help resources, or be added to your MyLearningSpace course to assist students. Please contact your subject librarian to discuss options. The Library also provides a large number of video tutorials on basic research skills, which can be linked to or embedded in MyLearningSpace.

    Subject librarians

    Through fall 2021, Subject librarians will provide support primarily online.

    Each academic program has a librarian who manages the collections and provides research help and teaching support on research and information management skills using the Library. Liaison Librarians provide a variety of support services to faculty including:

    • Providing research help students and faculty
    • Selecting & managing information resources for across disciplines
    • Creating online course guides and subject guides
    • Supporting teaching and learning by providing instruction on Research skills
    • Integrating research content within MyLearningSpace
    • A listing of Subject Librarians is available on the Library’s website
    • Appointments can be booked online with Librarians

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    Notices of service disruptions

    Accessible Content ePlatform

    Access to the physical collections

    • Description: Access to the Gaming library in the DLLC is restricted
    • Reason: Health & safety

    Alternative: None

    • Duration: TBD

    Noise in Waterloo Campus Library

    • Description: Noise on 2nd floor and some upper floors
    • Reason: Repair to water system
    • Alternatives: There will be other spaces in library where noise may be less
    • Duration: Approximately 8 weeks

    Access to physical buildings

    Hours
    • Description:
      • Access to the Waterloo campus library is open:
      • Access to the physical book stacks is open at the Waterloo campus library.
      • Description of study rooms areas at Waterloo campus library
      • Kitchener Social Work library is open Thursday and Fridays from 10 am to 2pm.
      • At the Brantford Campus
        • The Digital Library and Learning Commons and game collection is also closed
        • See the Brantford Public Library services page for service hours
    • Reason:
      • Health and safety
    • Alternatives:
      • Virtual library services are available, such as by emailing or virtual meetings with subject librarians
      • Books and other circulating items can be requested through Books to Go and picked up at the Waterloo campus library and the Brantford Public Library
    • Duration:
      • Starting February 14th, the Waterloo campus library will be opening at 9 am
      • Then more changes will be coming February 28th as university allow for further opening

    Archives research appointments

    • Description
    • Reason:
      • Health and safety
    • Alternative
      • Staff continue to provide some virtual reference services, on-demand scanning services and answer questions about supports for classes and research
    • Duration:
      • Unknown

      Borrowing from Laurier Library’s games collections

      • Description:
        • Borrowing from the Gaming collection is not active
      • Reason: To protect the health and safety of library users and staff
      • Alternatives:
        • None identified yet
      • Duration: To be determined

      Course readings: Print reserves

      • Description: Library print reserves are not currently accessible at our libraries
      • Reason: To protect the health and safety of library users and staff
      • Alternatives: Electronic course reserves
      • Duration: To be determined

      In-class library instruction

      In-person/in-library research appointments

      • Description: Librarians and staff are currently not available for in-person/in-library consultation on research
      • Reason: Health and safety
      • Alternative:
        • Virtual library services are available, such as by emailing or virtual meetings with subject librarians
        • Online chat is available for questions too
      • Duration: To be determined

      Library Makerspace

      • Description:
        • The Library Makerspace's virtual Maker Monday is no longer active
      • Reason:
      • Alternatives:
      • Duration:

      Library spaces for relaxing and respite

      • Description: The regular library spaces for relaxing and respite (comfy chairs) are not available
      • Reason: To protect the health and safety of library users and staff
      • Alternatives:
        • None identified
      • Duration: To be determined

      Phone help

      Robert Langen Art Gallery and exhibitions

      • Description:
        • For Laurier faculty, students, and staff, the gallery is open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm
        • For visitors not from Laurier, the Gallery is open by appointment only. For more information email: RLAG@wlu.ca
      • Reason:
        • Current level of restrictions is for health and safety reasons
      • Alternatives:
      • Duration: To be determined

      Study space

      Waterloo campus library
      • Description
        • Use of the individual study rooms by PhD students is not available
        • Use of the 3rd floor individual study rooms is not available for reservations
        • Description of accessible software in the individual study rooms at the Waterloo campus library is not available
      • Reason
        • A review of the accessible software in the individual study rooms is pending work assignment by trained staff
      • Alternatives
        • To be determined
      • Duration
        • To be determined
      Brantford Digital Library and Learning Commons
      • Description
        • The group study room in the DLLC can not be reserved
      • Reason
      • Alternatives
        • General study space in the DLLC is available
      • Duration
        • To be determine
      Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library
      • Description
        • Access to the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library for study spaces or for study rooms for individual use is only available Thursday to Friday, 10 am to 2 pm
      • Reason
        • Health and safety
      • Alternatives
        • None
      • Duration
        • To be determined

        Restored services

        Access to the physical buildings for studying

        Waterloo campus library
        • Front door access to the Waterloo campus library no longer requires a OneCard
        • Waterloo campus library is now open according to the Waterloo building hours calendar
        • Access to the Waterloo campus library's main floor (floor 2) through 7 are open
        • The 3rd floor is now open to students for general study areas
        • Graduate student commons on the 3rd floor is now open
        • Students are permitted to work in groups
        • Group study rooms on floors 4 through 7 are now available for group study
        • Individual study room use on floors 4 through 7 for students registered with the Accessible Learning Centre are reopened
        • Individual study rooms for all students is available on the 3rd floor
        • Food and drink are allowed, following the guideline of removing mask briefly for eating or drinking
        • See description of access to Waterloo campus library space
        Kitchener Faculty of Social Work library
        Brantford Digital Library and Learning Commons

        Access to the physical collections

        • Access to the Waterloo campus library collections is open on the main floor (floor 2) and floors 4 through 7
        • Access to the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library is open Thursday and Friday 10 am to 2 pm
        • See description of restored services tabs/links

        Borrowing services

        Picking up materials
        • Items requested through Omni or through interlibrary loan (ILL) are now available for pickup at the Waterloo Campus Library, the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library, and the Brantford Public Library.
        Returning materials
        • Items can be returned at the Waterloo Campus Library, the Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library, and the Brantford Public Library.

        Borrowing Service

        Borrowing from the University of Guelph and the University of Waterloo
        • Description: Borrowing and lending of print books and materials has been restored between Laurier and the University of Guelph and the University of Waterloo
        Borrowing from other Ontario university libraries
        • Description: Borrowing and lending of print books and materials has also been restored between Laurier and other Ontario university libraries, beyond the University of Waterloo and the University of Guelph

        Pickup and Return Service

        Waterloo Campus Library
        • Items ordered through Omni or interlibrary loan (ILL) can be picked up and returned at the Waterloo Campus Library
        Kitchener Faculty of Social Work Library
        • Items ordered through Omni or interlibrary loan (ILL) can be picked up outside of staffed hours
        • Self-service pickup is available for users during non-staffed hours
        Brantford Campus
        • Items ordered through Omni or interlibrary loan (ILL) can be picked up at and returned to the Brantford Public Library

        Laurier Archives and Special Collections

        • Bookable, onsite research appointments for Laurier faculty, students, and the community with the Laurier Archive has been restored, within the limits of university health and safety policies
        • More information on bookable research appointments can be found on the Laurier Archives page

        Library Makerspace

        • The physical Library Makerspace is now open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 am to noon and then 1 pm to 4 pm
        • No appointments are required
        • No room capacity
        • Maker Monday is now in-person only

        Arts and Culture

        Robert Langen Art Gallery
        • Description:
          • Robert Langen Art Gallery is open to faculty, students, and staff, Monday to Friday 10 am to 5 pm, closed 1 pm to 2pm for health and safety purposes.
          • Robert Langen Art Gallery (RLAG), DIY artist toolkits distribution is restored