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The most current information regarding Snowden Library services during COVID-19 can be found on this page.
Please check back here for updates as we monitor and respond to the changing situation.
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Hours and Access
For the health, safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff, Snowden Library is temporarily closing the building effective Friday, March 20 at 4:30p.m. until further notice.
We continue to offer access to electronic resources and offer research help services as our staff works remotely.
Dean Meyer and her team from the ARC/MATH Center are working remotely. ITS is present in the building. Contact them via phone/email.
If you have library needs, contact Dean Flanagan to make arrangements. Phone: 570-321-4082. Email: email@example.com
Services Still Available:
- Electronic materials through Snowden's databases
- Research help via phone (570-321-4086) Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm Eastern Daylight Time or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Interlibrary Loan - article and book chapter requests only
- E-Z Borrow
- Interlibrary Loan for books
- Snowden's physical collections (print books and journals)
Return of library materials:
- Students, Faculty, and Staff are permitted to keep all library materials until the end of the semester.
- We have temporarily suspended returns and fines for overdue materials. (Bear with us as we disable overdue notifications).
- We will keep you informed when we determine the best method to return library materials.
- If you are on-campus and want to return materials, you may do so by placing them in the book drop boxes outside of the library building.
Database Access Issues/Problems: