Category: Vision 2018

DePaul University Transfer Students

Information Literacy and Transfer Student Success

A commitment to student success was a core component of Vision 2018, one seen in the library through the establishment of our Learning Commons partnerships and our work with colleagues to identify undergraduate learning goals for information literacy in first-year programs including Chicago Quarter and WRD 104. As we move

1581 Studios Now Available for Reservation

The third phase of the John T. Richardson Library renovation extended the open-plan computing of the Information Commons to the second floor of the Library to include the CoRE (Collaborative Research Environment), with Mac and Windows workstations powerful enough to handle CPU-intensive applications used in digital mapping, text and data

Introducing the Maker Hub: Integrating Technology into Teaching and Learning

Opening in the John T. Richardson Library in fall 2017, the Maker Hub will be the library’s new center for offering technologies of making. The Maker Hub will allow DePaul students, faculty, and staff to access emerging technologies and equipment that may be difficult to access otherwise. Visitors to the

JTR 3.0: Library Renovation Continues to Phase 3

Over the past year, library staff members have engaged colleagues across Academic Affairs, Information Services, and elsewhere in the university to complete planning for Phase 3 of the John T. Richardson Library renovation (scheduled for summer 2017). Like Phase 2, which allowed us to launch highly-successful programs such as the

Library Research Services Now Available in BlueStar

Faculty members wishing to refer their students to the library for assistance with research projects, or other academic work that involves seeking, evaluating, and using information from an increasingly diverse array of print, digital, or multi-media sources, can now make that connection through BlueStar. BlueStar is a “one-stop shop” for