The library will ship a limited number of physical books within its collection to students studying remotely. To request a book shipment, email email@example.com and note your desired titles, the book call numbers, and your physical shipping address.
The library will NOT check out carrels during Fall Term 2020.
Carrels can be used temporarily by individuals. Personal materials should be removed upon departure.
A reduced amount of locked studies will be available during 2020/21. Twenty locked studies will be available for single person use use for the whole year.
Locked Study applications are due on the first day classes each fall term. Notification of study assignments will begin during the second full week of classes in the fall term. Those receiving assignments will be notified via e-mail. Interested individuals must fill out the locked study application form.
To further decrease the potential spread of COVID-19, the library will no longer check out chargers, headphones, or calculators. Select academic technology items will still be check-out-able through Leyburn's Information Desk on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Staplers and office supplies will not be available.
If not returning to Lexington for Fall Term 2020, keep checked out Leyburn and Telford materials until you arrive in Lexington.
If you are currently on campus, but in quarantine, please do not worry about item due dates. Return checked out Leyburn and Telford materials once you have been cleared to visit academic buildings again. Any resulting fines will be removed.
For those who cannot return their books before May 2021, please contact Elizabeth Teaff to discuss methods of return.
Undergraduates will be able to use rooms in Leyburn and Telford Science libraries, but not reserve them in the university's 25Live room reservation software. The following spaces can be used by students on a first-come first-serve basis:
NOTE: If undergraduates need to book spaces for interviews or for graduate school exams contact Career Development: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a list of non-library spaces that can used by students, on a first-come first-serve basis, for Zoom classes:
|Campus Building||Room Number(s)|
|Chavis||105 & 302|
|Early-Fielding||108, 200, & 205|
|Newcomb||120, 304, & 310|
|Center for Global Learning||201|
|Elrod Commons||114, 214, 206, 216 (Chavis Board Room), & 345|
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