Have you ever wished you could easily get research help without leaving your D2L course space? Well now you can! To access research help from within your D2L course, from the navigation bar, click on More > Library Resources.* Here you’ll find a list of resources we recommend for finding
Did you know the DePaul University Library employs over 50 students? Our student workers play a critical role in providing services in all areas of the Library. At the Access Services desks, students check out materials to patrons, pull course reserves and re-shelve books. Behind the scenes in Technical Services, students prepare new materials
“Can Librarians Save us from Fake News?” was the recent headline of a VICE article. For centuries, individuals have shaped and used information for personal and political gain. However, by the mid- 20th century, we had two professions solidly in place that provided a check on “fake news”–journalists and librarians.
November 7-11 is National Distance Learning Week. In celebration of our online and distance learners, we thought we would share some information about how the library supports this growing body of students. DePaul University Library has been supporting our online and distance learners for almost ten years. In addition, the
Please join us on Tuesday, November 5 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in the John T. Richardson Library, Room 115 for a student reading and e-book launch event. How Long Will I Cry? is a unique collection of oral-history narratives collected by undergraduate and graduate students of creative writing at DePaul