The Clark Library is ready for fall! Please visit our Fall 2020 guide for all the details. Our online resources are available 24/7 from any location and we are expanding services to deliver book chapters and articles to those who cannot come to campus. Our librarians and library staff continue to offer support through chat, phone, email, and online meetings. Print books and media are now available as well – please place a hold on the items you want for pick up during our service desk hours. For those less familiar with the library, please see our online Library Orientation and, as always, contact us with any questions.
Call for creative works! How is our University community responding to these uncertain times? The Clark Library requests your images and stories, showing how your life and work have changed and continue to change during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your voices will be the record of this historic event. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are welcome to submit photographs, drawings, poetry, films, and more using this link.
The Clark Library has sent a welcome announcement to summer students about the Virtual Clark Library and our Remote Library Services. We are also introducing a new way for students and staff to suggest items for purchase. This complements a program designed in spring in which the library purchased print and eBooks based on Interlibrary Loan requests that could not be filled due to the pandemic. The print books were shipped directly to the requesters and will be added to our collection when they are returned later. Faculty should continue to send any purchase suggestions to their liaison librarian.
Beginning to think about summer? The Clark Library can assist you by providing virtual library instruction for classes and by providing students with online access to readings through the course reserves system. To schedule a class meeting with a librarian, please email preferred dates and times to firstname.lastname@example.org. To arrange multimedia instruction through the Digital Lab, please email José Velazco at email@example.com. For course readings, 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. Please include the course name, course number and section(s), and instructor name(s). Questions? Email email@example.com.