Hagerty Library is very pleased to announce the addition of major electronic journal backfiles, which significantly expand the retrospective coverage of our online journal collection.
"Does the library have the assigned textbook for my class?"
Maybe. At Hagerty Library, we don't buy the required textbook for every course (if we did, we'd have a library full of out-of-date textbooks and nothing else). We will have one or more copies of required readings for a course on Reserve, if the instructor has requested that we do so.
All public printers in the libraries are connected to a networked printing system, using DragonCard funds to pay for printing.
Congratulations -- you've found your way to the Library! Learn about the services and resources the Libraries have to offer -- online and in-person -- on our New Students' Guide to the Libraries.
It's been a busy summer here in the libraries -- we have a lot to tell you about!
It’s that time again — time to submit your reserve requests for the fall quarter!
Construction-related noise is expected to increase as renovations proceed in the former Reserve Room, for the creation of a 24x7 study area. Disposable ear plugs are available at the Circulation Desk to help minimize the distraction.
Whatever your area of interest, you can receive email alerts from the library when relevant items are added to the library collections, using the Preferred Searches feature available through the MY Library Record service.
Hahnemann Library has begun offering chat reference service, as HEALTHSCIref on AIM, GoogleTalk and Yahoo Messenger, and as HEALTHSCIref@hotmail.com on Windows Messenger.
Beginning on Sunday, August 19th, Hagerty hours will be extend to provide later hours for end-of-term studying, staying open until 2:00 am Sunday through Thursday.