Librarians are committed to supporting your students' development of information literacy. Due to the current pandemic, online instruction (synchronous or asynchronous) is strongly preferred for the spring 2021 semester.
If you believe that in-person instruction is essential to your course and session goals, please email Clinton Baugess or Kerri Odess-Harnish about arrangements for a session in your regularly scheduled classroom.
To schedule an in person or virtual class visit to the Special Collections Reading Room for the 2020-2021 academic year or to plan an assignment using primary sources from our physical or GettDigital collections, please contact Carolyn Sautter, email@example.com or 717-337-7002.
For research assistance, please submit your question through the Ask An Archivist form.
Requesting course reserves will remain the same for hardcopy print, electronic print, and electronic media. Request forms are located at the top of the Course Reserves for Faculty page. Hardcopy media reserves will not be available this fall.
Hardcopy print reserves will be an open collection on the library's Main Level. Students will still be able to search MUSCAT Plus for reserves items, but they won't need staff assistance to access them. Books will be covered in plastic and disinfected after each use by library staff.
The Reserves Office (Library Lower Level, Room 020) will hold office hours at these times:
Contact Lisa McNamee if you need to visit outside of these office hours. Socially-distanced communication via email or phone is preferred.
Print Reserves Assistance:
Media Reserves Assistance:
This information was updated 7/28/2020.