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a.m. - 11:00
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- 8:00 p.m.
Reference Librarian Hours
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a.m. - 9:00
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a.m. - 5:00
General Library Policies
courteous and respect
your fellow students
by keeping your voices down and your study areas clean. Food
should remain outside the library. If you must bring a cell
phone, please turn it off or set the ringer to vibrate, and
remember to take the phone outside the library before you start
your conversation. Drinks may be brought into the library, provided
that you dispose of the container in the appropriate recycling
bin when you are finished. No food or drinks of any kind are
allowed in the computer labs. You can find more library policies
The Library staff wishes to remind all students that the Library
is open to the public, and students should guard against petty
thefts by keeping their laptops and other valuables close at
New Legal E-Books Added to Library
The Library has added records for more than 21,000 e-books to the Library catalog. These e-books are part of the Making of Modern Law, an online resource that includes treatises on US and British law published between 1800 and 1926 and will allow full-text searching.
Titles that are included in the collection will be identified as such by their “DTC Electronic Resource” location. For instance, if you look-up Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws and Constitution of England , you should see that the book has no call number. Instead, there will be a Related URL which you can click to get the e-book.
If you have any questions on how to use this new resource, please talk to a member of the Reference staff ( firstname.lastname@example.org; 312-906-5670).
Ninth Floor Book Shifting Project
The Library Staff is continuing the reorganization of the
9th Floor that we began last summer. We hope that the new arrangement
will provide improved access to collections and make more space
on shelves that are too crowded. Of particular note is that
the Labor Law materials are now in one combined location. If
you are having difficulty locating an item, please ask for assistance
at the Reference or Circulation desk where maps showing the
current locations of materials may be consulted.
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