Services for Spring/Summer 2021

Services for Spring/Summer 2021

Access to the library: The library is open for in-person and electronic reference to BoothUC and CFOT students and staff only. 

In-Person: The library remains open to students, staff and faculty Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm for in-person services, including if you want a quiet place to study. Masks are mandatory while walking around the library, but can be removed while seated.

Virtual Services: Students are also able to get help for reference/research via zoom, email, or phone. See below for more information.

The elevator to the library is fob access only. If your fob does not work or you do not have one, please call the library from the foyer @ 204-924-4858 and we will let you in.

We are limited to no more than 20 people in the library at one time.

Guests: No outside guests will be permitted. Visiting students can contact the library if they want to borrow something from our collection.

Reference/Research Help: Students are able to either come in to the library for reference/research help or get help via zoom, email, or phone. Staff can help with finding materials, scanning print materials, writing citations, & technology help. Since the Academic Learning is closed, students who want academic support with preparation and planning, basic editing and organization of assignments, content specific tutoring, citation formatting, and more can our online booking form to schedule their appointment

Book Appointment

Reserves: Textbooks on reserve are in house use only once per day on a first come, first served basis. Students can only book any reserves once per week. Click here to book a day and time to read or scan items.

Interlibrary Loans: Electronic ILL service remains available. Borrowing print books largely depends on what other institutions decide to do. For now, please assume that print ILL service will not be available and note that electronic ILL service is limited to book chapters and articles; complete eBooks cannot be loaned through ILL due to copyright restrictions.