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Library Services Update

Many library services have now resumed. Contactless Pick-up is available for local materials and I-Share at both the John T. Richardson Library and the Loop Library during the following service hours:
  • John T. Richardson Library Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
  • Loop Library: Monday/Wednesday 12-4pm
Reservations are available for computer use and independent study on the second floor of the John T. Richardson Library. Click here for more information and to make a reservation.
The DePaul University Library is committed to continuing to support teaching, learning and research during this time. We continue to offer the following services:
  • Virtual access to all e-resources
  • Virtual research help through our Ask a Librarian service
  • Virtual instruction services, including Zoom sessions, Special Collections and Archives (SPCA) instruction, and asynchronous online tutorials and guides  
    • Please let me know if you are interested in an online library instruction session for your classes.
    • Alternatively, I can create customized guides for your specific course. For a full list of our research guides, visit https://libguides.depaul.edu/?b=s
  • Course reserves setup and support, including digitization and access to e-books, book chapters, articles and streaming media
  • Electronic access to book chapters, articles and other digital materials through our interlibrary loan service as well as interlibrary loan of physical materials

Course Materials: Affordability and Access
The Faculty Select Database
While we navigate the shifting landscape caused by the pandemic, affordable and accessible course materials will continue to be priorities for student learning and success long after we return to campus. The Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of a new tool to help you locate and request course materials that address these priorities: open educational resources (OER) or e-books.  Every record in this database is either for an openly licensed book or an unrestricted e-book.  Learn more about how to navigate and request these books through the following Library blog post: 
Faculty Select: A New Library Database to Help you Select Materials for Upcoming Courses
Additional Information about Open Educational Resources (OER)
A variety of OER can also be located and accessed through the collections listed on the Library’s 
Open Educational Resources guide
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Panopto Updates

Panopto-Updates

Panopto will be making some updates this month and will be unavailable for a few hours on December 19.

Full details on the updates can be found here.
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