Archive for the ‘Renovations’ Category
Today's update brings us the news that the Science Library Leisure collection has been moved temporarily to 4th floor.
The Science Library government documents collection (US and Canadian) has been permanently relocated to the 4th floor of that building. For assistance with the collection, please see the Reference Desk, on the 2nd floor.
Today in the Main Library: Demolition of the southwest wall in the Old Building (the former Reading Room) is scheduled to begin between 9-10am today, continuing throughout the day. There will be a considerable amount of noise associated with this part of the project so headphones or earplugs may be helpful. ...
We continue to make progress in the Main Library renovations. A protective floor covering for the lobby area was installed today. We also began construction of a dust wall through the former Reading Room area. We are currently moving the Current Periodicals and the Leisure Reading Collection to the second floor. ...
The 'Tween the Pages cafe in the Main Library student lounge is closed during the renovations. Food Services has set up a food cart in the Main Library lobby with drinks and snacks to be open Mondays-Fridays, 8:00-3:00.
Due to the ongoing renovations in the Main Library, the Access Services department (including the Circulation desk and Reserves) has relocated temporarily to the 7th floor.
We have begun moving the Main Library's current periodicals from the 1st floor to their temporary location on the 2nd floor. Once renovation is complete, they will return to a new location on the 1st floor.
As we renovate the Main Library and work to establish the new Map and Government Information Library in the Main Library basement, government document collections will be moved to new locations. Here's the latest information: The print version of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set through 100th Congress (1987/89) is currently unavailable. ...
'Tween the Pages, the snack bar in the Main Library, has been closed for the summer renovations. They'll be back in the fall!
The EITS lab in the Main Library is now closed. Use the computers in the Reference Room for Microsoft Office and Internet access. For other computer needs, please come to the Main Library reference desk for assistance.