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Even if the physical building is completely shut down, the Jim Dan Hill library is still able to provide services through digital means.
Instructors: Copyright law still applies, and licenses need to be obtained for electronic access (for example, to stream videos). Contact Hanna Paquette to confirm access.
Access to electronic resources
Access to all of the library's electronic resources, such as our databases and ebooks, will still be available.
In the event that the library does not have a resource available, please check with our acquisitions librarian, Hanna Paquette, to see if and how it might be obtained.
Electronic Interlibrary Loan
Digital articles or digital book chapters can be requested through your interlibrary loan account, though responses may be slower.
Library instruction (online)
As always, the librarians are available to support student learning. While we can no longer offer face-to-face library instruction session, we do look forward to supporting your students in any want we can. Please contact us to request information literacy instruction via recorded video, digital learning object such as an info graphic, or set of written instructions, or refer students to Ask A Librarian to schedule an individual appointment with one of us via Zoom.