Questions? Contact us at 503.943.7111 or email@example.com.
Get some of your spring semester prep out of the way! Library staff are ready to tackle spring semester course reserves, which can now include print materials for local students to check out. Library staff handle copyright screening and scan materials for electronic reserves to meet accessibility standards.
If you plan to reuse items that were previously on reserve, let us know and we can find that list in our archive. For new items, email a list of citations to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the online form. Please include the course name, course number, instructor, and number of students enrolled in each section.
Questions? Call x7111 or email email@example.com.
To make an appointment to meet with a librarian, go to: http://library.up.edu/meet. Choose an online or phone appointment, then choose your preferred date and time from the online calendar. If the listed times don’t work for you (or for your students who may be in a different time zone), email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an alternate meeting time. Lastly, fill out the brief form to tell us a little bit about you and your research question; both you and the librarian will receive an email confirming the appointment. We look forward to assisting you or your students with your research questions!
The Clark Library continues to support teaching and learning during remote instruction. For full details, please visit our Fall 2020 Library Services guide.
Here are a few highlights:
- Borrow a laptop (for local users only). Perhaps your work laptop needs repair, or a student in your class indicates that their laptop stopped working. Visit the library during our open hours to borrow a laptop; advance reservations are not needed. Laptops checkout for 24 hours, with the possibility of longer loans if laptops are available. See the Equipment page of the Fall 2020 guide for more information.
- Borrow Digital Lab equipment (for local users only). Cameras, tripods, sound recorders, etc. are available. Call the Digital Lab (943.7796) on Tuesdays or Thursdays between 10am-1pm to discuss your equipment needs. Requested equipment will be held for you to pick up at the library’s Service Desk during open hours. For more information, see the Equipment page of the Fall 2020 guide.
- Request scans of book chapters. The library is offering a new service where you may request scans of chapters from books owned by UP; we will deliver them to you online as PDFs. You may also request chapters from books not owned by UP, which we will obtain from other libraries. Under fair use guidelines, up to 10% of an entire book may be scanned. To make your request, use the Book Chapter request form in our interlibrary loan system, UP ILLiad. For more information, see the Items We Can Deliver Online page of the Fall 2020 guide.
For more information contact the library at x7111 or email@example.com.
For more information contact the Clark Library at x7111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The book drop is ready and waiting! As the beginning of fall semester nears, Clark Library asks that materials be returned so they can be used by others for their coursework. No fines were charged through spring and summer, but overdue books now need to be returned. If you still require a book, please renew online or contact Clark Library for assistance, email@example.com or 503.943.7111.
If you are not returning to campus this fall, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for mailing instructions. If necessary, they can send you a prepaid mailing label; if you would like to request one, please include the address from which you will be shipping the materials and the weight of the package you will be sending.