Why don’t you have the library open overnight?
You’ll be happy to hear that Hagerty Library will be open 24 hours a day during Week 10 and Exam Week of this Spring Term! Starting 7:30am on Wednesday, June 6, Hagerty will remain open 24 hours until the end of the exam period at 10:00pm on Saturday, June 16.
Where is there a place that I could go and use a computer to practice a foreign language (BbVista/WebCT lab work) so that I would not be bothering everyone around me?!
This is a great question! We recommend you use the Assistive Technologies Room on the first floor of Hagerty Library, provided no one else is using the room. If you need help locating this room, please ask at the Reference Desk.
The bicycle racks outside of the library are full. More racks are needed to provide space for those who commute by bicycle. Supporting bicycle transportation is important for the city and for the University.
Can we have a show of hands of students looking for a job or a co-op or career advice. Anyone?
Hagerty Library is excited to announce that our IM reference service has expanded to include service via MSN (Windows) Messenger and Google's gTalk.
Cell Press, an imprint of Elsevier, is offering a free print subscription to Cell.
The Drexel College of Law Library is hiring work-study students for the summer quarter and possibly beyond.
Monday, May 14th: The Judaic Studies Program and the W.W. Hagerty Library of Drexel University present A Dedication of the Helen and Stanley Segall Holocaust Book Collection, AND From Shavl to Washington, D.C.: The Story of One Holocaust Survivor, a talk by Nesse Galperin Godin.
Whether to use Wikipedia or not use Wikipedia depends on what you need and how you are going to use the information you find.
Tracy Hull, Head of Hagerty Library Information Services Department, is moving to Texas to begin her new position as Associate Dean of the Library at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.