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Spring Break Hours

Hey all you amazing Flyers! Since Spring Break has been shortened this year, we will not be changing our hours during this time.

It’s FINALLY warm again!!!

Our hours are still 7:30a-10p M-Th, 7:30a-5p Fri, 9a-5p Sat, 10a-10p Sun.

So if you need to get your midterm projects done, we are here for you!

Spring Hours

Welcome Back, Flyers!! Here are our hours for the Spring Semester.

Please remember to sign your Flyer Promise and wear your mask correctly when visiting us at the library.

We’ll keep you safe, and you keep us safe. 🙂

And your library will be closed on January 17th and 18th in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Final paper got you stressed?

It’s nearly time to submit that final paper for your class, but you’ve run into a dead end. How can you find the type and number of resources that your teacher requires?!

We have you covered. Make an appointment with one of our research librarians who will happily walk you through how to use our new Primo Discover Tool, and show you all the tips and tricks to suit your research needs.

Make a zoom appointment or a phone appointment!

Need help with the paper itself? Contact the Writing Center! They can do everything from proofreading to helping you with your citations.

Good luck on your finals, Flyers!

Need a Quiet Place to Study?

Then the library has you covered! But you need to book a study room?

….About that.

Due to the current pandemic, our study rooms have been closed since they are too small to be able to safely physically distance from one another.

But don’t fret! You can still book larger rooms on campus for your group study needs. Click on this link and select “Fall2020 Study Rooms” to get started!

Good luck on your finals, Flyers!

Closed for Labor Day

Your Lewis University Library will be closed Sunday, September 6th and Monday, September 7th in honor of the Labor Day holiday. We will reopen at 7:30am on Tuesday, September 8th.

“Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.” (Dept of Labor)

For more information on why we celebrate Labor Day, check out this website from the Department of Labor: https://www.dol.gov/general/laborday/history

I-Share’s Back ALRIGHT!

We’re gonna bring the flavor show you how

You can now borrow from over 91 libraries in Illinois. All you have to do is login to I-Share with your Lewis credentials (same as MyLewis).

Click on “All I-Share Libraries” and search for your item. Click on the title of your item, and scroll down to the “How to Get It” section.

You will see all of the institutions that have that item. Click on the arrow to the right of I-Share and a form will appear.

Verify that the information is correct and click on “Send Request.” That’s it! Your request has been submitted. If you want to check on the status of your request, renew your loans, or check on fines/fees, etc. you can click on your name in the upper right corner of the screen and select “My Library Card.”

We don’t recommend requesting textbooks via I-Share, as many textbooks are not lend-able by other institutions, and loan periods are usually only one month tops with no renewals.

Textbooks can be located and purchased at the Lewis University Bookstore.

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