Library

Remote services available. Library is closed until further notice.

The Library staff is working remotely and the following services and resources are available with some modifications:

 
Research Assistance
  • Librarians will be available for research help via Chat from the Library home page from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday. You can also schedule a research consultation with a librarian.
Access to Research Databases
  • Online journals and ebooks will continue to be available 24/7 via library.stevens.edu, and Library patrons are reminded to log into myStevens rather than use the Stevens VPN for off-campus access.
  • Visit the Remote Library Services & Resources guide for more information on how to log on to Library databases remotely, as well as information on increased access to research during the pandemic.
Instruction
  • Faculty and Librarians will collaborate to offer Library instruction either in synchronous (Zoom) or asynchronous (Canvas) sessions.
Online Workshops
  • The Library will hold all workshops online.  Check the Library Events page for updates.
Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Services (ILL/DDS)
  • Articles: Requests from other university libraries will continue to be available. Delays may occur based on lending library availability.
  • Books: No requests will be filled at this time. All new ILL book requests will be automatically canceled.
  • Current ILL books: Please ask for a renewal in your ILL portal before the due date.
  • Overdue ILL books: Renew in your portal. If you cannot renew, please contact Mary Ellen Valverde or the ILL Department.
Book Collection
  • Print books and retrieval of books currently held in remote storage will not be available.
  • If you have books that are due, please renew online or contact John Cruz, Circulation Services Manager.
Study Room Reservations 
  • Unavailable.
Archives & Special Collections
  • Assistance related to the Archives & Special Collections continues a limited basis. Please contact Leah Loscutoff, Head of Archives & Special Collections, and Ted Houghtaling, Archivist, and Digital Projects Librarian, for assistance.
Thesis and Dissertation Submission
  • Formatting review for theses and dissertations will continue to be available. Please contact Ted Houghtaling, Archivist and Digital Projects Librarian, for assistance.
Test-Taking with Accommodations
  • Faculty should contact Phil Gehman, Director of Disability Services, for information.
ELC Office, Academic Support Center Walk-In Tutoring Center, IEEE History Center, WCC Table 
  • Please contact these individual offices.
Staying Connected
  • Please stay connected through the Stevens website and the Samuel C. Williams Library website for updates.
  • Get facts, data, and information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from our research guide.
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