Remote Learning Resources from the Library

Can I meet with a librarian?

How do I access library resource remotely?

Are there any changes to available library resources?

How do I begin Library research?

How do I get citation help?

Can I still request an Interlibrary Loan?

Can I meet with a librarian?

The librarians are available for 1:1 remote consultations for the remainder of the semester.

Faculty and students can self-schedule online.

How do I access library resource remotely?

The librarians have created a variety of pathfinders for accessing library resources remotely. We are happy to act as guides to these resources.

Please see “Virtual Help” on the library homepage.

We have created a guide for accessing resources from off-campus, which can be found here.

Are there any changes to available library resources?

Varieties of resources have become available to us on a temporary and enhanced basis. The library is in the process of negotiating the terms of access on these. Feel free to reach out if you are not sure what exists for a particular curricular need. View the list-in-progress.

How do I begin Library research?

Begin Your Research Here

How do I get citation help?

Citation Help

Can I still request an Interlibrary Loan?

You may still place request for interlibrary loan for both articles and in some cases book chapters here.

Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Questions?

We know that this is a shift in practice.

If you have technology questions, please contact the Help Desk at x4357 or helpdesk@hws.edu

For pedagogical, assessment, and student learning questions, please reach out to the Center for Teaching and Learning x3351, pliner@hws.edu or shess@hws.edu

Note: This document was adapted from a document created by Jenae Cohn and Brian Seltzer, Stanford University, California. Their work was outstanding and served as the basis for Hobart and William Smith Colleges guide for Academic Continuity During Disruption.