Beginning August 2nd, the west side book drop will remain open at all times for item return. Please do not return technology loans via book drop. Technology returns should be coordinated with Doug Erikson (email@example.com). For questions regarding all other items, please contact Aaron Morgan in Access Services (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Effective 3/19/20, the library is suspending Summit and physical interlibrary loan requests. In these challenging circumstances, Summit and physical interlibrary loan lending is just not feasible. We will share updates on the status of these services when we know more.
Users may still request electronic articles through ILLiad and we will attempt to fulfill these requests. All the Libraries’ electronic collections continue to be available.
What if I need to pay a Fine, Fee or Replacement charge?
For items that are normally placed on print reserve, the library will work with you to identify an electronically available version of the item. This includes purchasing an electronic version of the item if possible. If there is no electronic version of the item you need, your Liaison Librarian will be able to work with you to identify alternative materials you can use. Please contact Aaron Morgan (email@example.com) for questions for items that are already on reserve.
Can I add new eBook Course Reserve materials for my class?
If you would like to request new materials, please contact your Liaison Librarian. Liaison librarians will be able to check to see if the materials you need are available in electronic format and will assist you in finding alternatives if they are not.
Who can I talk to if I have questions about Fair Use, or copyright?
If you have general questions about copyright – contact Rochelle Lundy, our Scholarly Communication Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she can help walk you through some of the Fair Use issues that can be difficult to navigate.