As school starts, we will be open somewhat shorter hours in the weekend before school starts, but resuming regular semester hours on the first day of fall classes, August 22. Check the library's hours page for the details.
The front doors are open and the general public is permitted to be in the building. There is no need to swipe in on the wing door. The university has dropped the mask mandate and we will allow food and drink in the library. Some members of our community may continue to wear masks and we hope that everyone will show respect for the preferences of others.
If you have general questions, comments, or concerns about the library, please contact email@example.com.
Our front desk is open and we are offering textbooks on reserve. Check to see if we are offering ebook versions of your textbooks as well. Go to this link to search for materials on physical reserve. Go to the catalog and pull down the menu to search Ebooks for etextbooks.
You can now create your own links to video that the library owns in Canvas, through Kaltura. Jim Dugan has created this helpful guide for creating links. Contact Jim for help, if you can't figure it out.
The Monroe Library must own the video we stream in your courses. We can't stream your personal copies or DVDs that you have borrowed through interlibrary loan or from other libraries. To request DVDs/video that we don't own, use this form. If you need further assistance, contact William Ransom.
If you are a student and need to request a laptop, iPad, or wifi hotspot for the semester, please fill out this form. If you need a shorter term loan of a laptop, request one from Media Services using this form. We'll get back to you shortly about filling your request. We will not offer 6 hour loans of laptops at the front desk. We know that students who use our laptops regularly need them for the semester.
Our collections will be open, once again, for browsing, or finding your own books, but we know that some of you loved being able to request your books from us and have them available, so we're continuing on-shelf holds.