Attending classes and meetings via Zoom rather than in person is far from easy. However, the staff here at the LUC Libraries thought that we might make everyone’s experience with Zoom a little bit better if we could provide a way to pretend you’re somewhere other than your room, office, or kitchen. What’s better than […]
Dear Loyola Community, Beginning Monday, March 23, all University Libraries will be closed to students, faculty, staff, and guests. All library staff are working off-site, with no access to archives, physical book collections or other materials. Library services continue to be available online. We’re here to help. Details are evolving everyday, we ask everyone to […]
A few updates and some general information about the library and its services as we transition to online instruction and attempt to cope with this unprecedented disruption in normal services. The library will remain open and operational Monday through Friday (we will close on weekends), from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, beginning, March 13, 2020. […]
We wanted to remind you of a few steps you can take to make sure you have continued access to library resources even if you can’t physically be on campus. We’ll be updating this with additional tips and resources, so check back.
Dear Colleagues, The library is working to provide enhanced access to streaming media content for online courses. We have resumed unmediated access to the Kanopy database of streaming video for the rest of the semester. This means that all faculty and students have immediate access to the titles available in Kanopy. We encourage you to focus on […]
During the month of December, Loyola Libraries staff make lists and check them twice. What are these lists about? Anything! You can look at past years’ lists here, and stay tuned for more lists all month long! Without further ado… There is a genre of media that I’ve invented which is objectively* the best genre. […]