Welcoming New & Returning Dragons to the Drexel Libraries: Services for Fall 2021
September 14, 2021
The Drexel Libraries is excited to welcome the University community back to its physical spaces this fall – we missed you Dragons!
Along with on-campus resources and services, the Libraries will continue to provide robust virtual resources, services and events to supplement on-campus activities, ensuring the Libraries can support its clients no matter where they are learning and working.
Read on to learn more about what’s new – and what’s the same – in the Libraries this fall.
Visit On-Campus Learning Environments
The W. W. Hagerty Library, Queen Lane Library, and Hahnemann Library (1st floor only) are currently open. Visit the Libraries’ website for a complete list of open hours. As a reminder, masks are required in all Libraries locations, regardless of vaccination status.
- 24/7 study spaces are now open in each Libraries location.
- Reserve a group study room or a seat in one of the two designated silent rooms in the W. W. Hagerty Library. Seat reservations are not required to work in any of the Libraries’ other informal learning environments at this time.
- Print & scan materials using the equipment provided at all Libraries locations.
- Borrow laptops and other equipment and supplies for use within the Libraries. For more information, visit the website or ask at the service desks in the W. W. Hagerty Library or the Queen Lane Library.
- Schedule an appointment to view archival materials in the University Archives Reading Room or request digitization of archival materials by emailing University Archives staff.
Access Physical Materials
Get Expert Help from Libraries Staff
- Chat live with librarians 24/7 through our online chat service. Access the live chat box via our homepage or our library guides.
- For general, in-person information assistance, either visit the Service Desks located on the first floor of the W. W. Hagerty Library and at the Queen Lane Library or give us a call.
- Schedule a virtual consultation with an expert librarian to discuss course-related project, strategies for finding and evaluating authoritative information, and approaches to utilizing, organizing and presenting scholarship.
- Not sure where to start? Email the Libraries, and a staff member will respond within 24 hours.
Access the Libraries’ Online Resources
We look forward to welcoming you back to our physical spaces this fall. Visit the Libraries’ Return to Campus page regularly for new information and updates about facilities, resources and services.