Did you know that September 27-October 3 is Banned Books Week? Banned Books Week is an annual event hosted by the American Library Association’s Office of Intellectual Freedom, who define the event as follows: Typically held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the value of free
Happy fall quarter! As we find new ways to safely connect with and support each other, DePaul librarians continue to work with students, staff, and faculty to get them what they need to teach and learn. Here are a few topics we’ve helped research recently: Garrett Morgan, inventor
Beginning September 21, the DePaul University Library Contactless Pickup Service will be expanded to include I-Share borrowing and lending. Using the new LibrarySearch, faculty, staff and students will be able to request items from other I-Share libraries and select a pickup location of either the John T. Richardson Library, the
This month our student assistant, Jade Ryerson (senior history major) is taking over our blog to talk about the important internships she has completed over the past year outside of her work in Special Collections and Archives. From September 2019 to June 2020, I joined the National Park Service (NPS)
Attention Google Scholar users… take a moment to update your Library Links today! Over the summer, the DePaul University Library introduced new and improved systems, including the link resolver that connects you to full text articles at DePaul. In order to continue accessing Full-Text @ DePaul links from Google Scholar,
The DePaul University Library will be closed Monday September 7 in recognition of Labor Day. Library users will continue to have access to digital content, including full-text articles, e-books and digital media titles including streaming audio and video. Research assistance will also remain available through online research guides and tutorials.