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COVID-19 Library Services

Library services being offered online while the DiPietro Library is closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Hours

The DiPietro Library will be closed starting on Friday, March 27 until further notice.  Librarians and library staff are available online to provide assistance.

Reference Hours

Beginning on Monday, May 19th, the library staff will answer your chat or email reference questions during the following hours:

Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Friday 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Questions submitted outside of those times will be answered within 24 hours.  

 

Checked Out / Overdue Items

If you currently have materials checked out from the DiPietro Library, do not concern yourself about overdue fines.

  • All checked items have been extended until September 1.  
  • Please, do not mail items back at this time.  Thank you.

 Please contact the Circulation Desk via email to inquire how and when to return items.

Research Support

See our extensive collection of research guides here.  These guides (presented here as an A-Z list but also available grouped by subject) are designed to lead you to the most appropriate resources for the discipline you are studying. 

Many instructional videos can be found here

If you have questions about research and reference support, please contact Katie Beth Ryan.

eBooks and Streamed Videos

We have created a guide to finding and using ebooks. 

If you would like for the library to acquire an eBook not already available in the catalog, then submit a request in the Purchase Request Form. To browse new eBooks, visit the New eBooks List

Streamed videos are available via Kanopy.  Access our Streaming Video guide for information about requesting Kanopy titles, embedding Kanopy videos into Canvas, freely available media resourcs, and more.

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Until further notice, we will only be supplying articles via ILL

We are unable to supply books.  We are suspending all fines and fees related to ILL.

Questions about ILL services should be sent to Jill Wixom