In early December 2012, the Libraries launched a new and innovative service at W. W. Hagerty Library that received international press coverage and positive feedback from peers, patrons and the Drexel community.
Three-dimensional information was the topic of conversation at 3D at Drexel: Imaging, Designing, and Printing, an event hosted by Drexel University Libraries on Wednesday, June 5, 2013. Over 50 students, faculty and staff attended the lunch-time session.
Drexel University Libraries Expands Access to Harvard Business Review Articles to Include Course Use
Drexel faculty may now assign Harvard Business Review [HBR] articles in courses, including placing articles on reserve, posting them to course management shells, and adding them in course packs, as the result of a new licensing agreement acquired by the Libraries.
The Libraries’ special license will extend course use to HBR articles on behalf of Drexel faculty university-wide. Previously, the Libraries provided researchers access to the HBR, but the publisher restricted use of articles for courses.
The Libraries is trialing PaperCut, new printing software, and in exchange for your feedback we would like to offer you free printing! The first 50 people to come to Hahnemann Library starting on Monday, July 9th at 9:30 AM will receive $5 toward whatever item(s) you’ve been waiting to print. To participate, stop by the first floor Help Desk at Hahnemann Library between Monday – Friday, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM, and let the staff member on duty know that you’d like your $5 in free printing.
...We'll be here!
W. W. Hagerty Library, Hahnemann Library and Queen Lane Library will all be open during normal hours for the Memorial Day holiday. The Library Learning Terrace will be open 3 PM until 2 AM on Tuesday morning. For a listing of exact hours by location, click here.
On Monday, May 7th, the Libraries will launch two exciting new pilot programs at W. W. Hagerty Library:
1. Roving Assistance - Libraries’ staff, equipped with an iPad, will circulate throughout W. W. Hagerty Library offering guidance and assistance to patrons. So, if you see a Libraries staff member - ask them your question about finding an item, printing, or other library related issues. They can help find items in the catalog and more, from any space in the building.