Beginning on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the Geisel Library closed. Working from home, they are offering remote reference services via chat and email in support of faculty and students. While they can no longer initiate interlibrary loans for physical items, they are glad to try to obtain digital copies (e.g. journal articles, book chapters) for you.
Please keep an eye on the Geisel Library webpage as they offer updates with resources and services.
- Contact your subject specialist with library and resources related questions.
- Many vendors are offering their resources and collections freely for the next couple of months to aid students, faculty, and researchers as they transition to remote teaching and learning.
Such resources include:
- 10 Bloomsbury collections covering the humanities, social sciences, visual arts, drama, education, philosophy, music, and theology, including a special Churchill Archive.
- Thousands of ebooks and videos from Sage, including their specialized Research Methods series.
- 256 Elsevier e-textbooks through their ScienceDirect platform.
- Over 6000 videos through Kanopy, including award-winning documentaries and the Great Courses series.
Access this list of resources through the online Guide titled: Access Library Resources & Help from Off Campus on the Library's home page or directly here. Be sure to click on the "Temporary Free Online Resources" tab