Frequently Asked Questions

Getting Books & Other Materials (26)

Search for articles using our Subject & Course Guides page; Click on your discipline; Click on a subject or course guide; Click on the “Find Articles” link; You will then be presented with a list of relevant databases to search. Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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You can request materials from Interlibrary Loan This service is free to current students, faculty, and staff. Requests for recreational reading and textbooks are not permitted. Requests for items in our collection are not processed unless they are checked out or missing. Check the Library Catalog to determine if we own the material you need. …

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Firefox (Best Option):1) Click on PDF;2) Read and then click “OK” to agree to the Terms and Conditions of JSTOR; Note: You have the option to decline the Terms and Conditions if you do not agree to them, however, if you do so you will not be able to proceed in the printing process3) Save …

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Yes. Students must physically go the the Law School Library to check-out material. Faculty & Staff may request that books be delivered to their offices. Directions to Law SchoolLaw Library hours & phone 540.458.8540

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Search for print and electronic journals by journal name in our Full-Text Journal List Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Bring your W&L ID card to the Information Desk of Leyburn Library or to the Circulation Desk of Telford Science Library. We prefer to use you ID card, but we can look up your record using your surname. We also have several self check-out stations (ID card required): Leyburn (Main & 3rd floors) Telford Science (3rd & 4th floor) …

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All Books are subject to recall two weeks after date of check-out. Library patrons may renew checked out materials online or by calling 540.458.8643. Items may not be renewed if they have been requested by another person. Books may be renewed three times. Videos & DVDs may be renewed twice. Music CDs may be renewed …

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Search for a particular title Search all DVDs DVDs are located on the main floor of Leyburn Library. They are in order by Library of Congress Classification.  Most feature or popular films can be found in this call number range: PN 1997 or PN 1997.2 The loan period for DVDs is 3 days with 2 renewals. …

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We have selected papers in print on the Main floor of the Leyburn Library. We have online access to current and historical papers. Search by newspaper title. Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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Oxford English Dictionary (OED) The OED is the definitive record of the English language, featuring 600000 words, 3 million quotations, and over 1000 years of English. For other dictionaries search here and then limit by “language.” Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Folios are over-sized books. They are found on lower floors 2-4 in Leyburn and on the 4th floor in Telford. In Leyburn, they are to the right of the double elevators. In Telford, they are at the end of the collection (after the Z call numbers) Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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Current periodicals (usually from the previous year or two) are in Telford. They are along the wall on the main level that extends from the circulation desk. Bound periodicals (the old stuff!) are on Lower Level 1 in Leyburn Library, along with all of the other non-science bound periodicals. If you have any issues finding …

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Technology items (laptops, camcorders, projectors, etc.) are not renewable. They are in high demand so we try to keep the check-out periods short. Other technology items are available on a first-come-first serve basis to current W&L University undergraduate students, faculty, & staff. Most of items are available for 7 days. Additional loan time may be requested at …

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Visit the Information Desk at Leyburn library or the Circulation Desk at Telford Science or email us. Give us the title you are looking for along with your contact information. We will search for the book and send you an email when we find it. If an item has a status of “on search” in our catalog, you may request …

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English translations of the bible will be in this call number range: BS 125-198 (Leyburn Library, 4th Floor) Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Our stacks are open and we recomend you come to the library to pull and check out materials yourself. We will pull books for you, however this process could take up 48 to hours. Faculty course reserve options: Email us the books you would like for us to put on Reserve or send us a …

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View travel books in our collection. You can also do a search on the country, state, or city of your choice and limit your results by selecting content type “book/ebooks” and genre “guidebooks.” Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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No, as a rule we don’t have textbooks. However, it is always possible that we have the book your professor has recomended. Search our catalog by title It is also possible that the book was put on Course Reserve Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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Special Collections contains: University publications (Calyx, Alumni Magazine, Ring-tum Phi, Trident, Shenandoah, and Ariel) Faculty, Alumni, and Student publications Materials relating to W&L’s history Holdings of the Rockbridge Historical Society Virginia state and local history Location: Leyburn Library, Lower Level 1 Hours: 9 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday except for University holidays. To be sure …

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Film that is printed with miniature versions of documents and pictures (newspaper, magazine, etc.) Information about the University Library’s microfilm machines and microfilm collection Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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They are shelved in order by Library of Congress call number. Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Request books, DVDs, or periodicals be purchased for the library’s collection.

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Undergraduate Students: may check books out for the undergraduate term. The due date is the last day of exams for that term. During the summer months, the check out period is three months.  Law Students: While the Law School is in session, W&L Law students may check books out for the current Law term. After …

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Details about searching the library catalog Or try Search Everything Search Everything allows you to search all the University Library’s collections from books to journal articles to DVDs and more. If you only want to search for books or articles, choose that option to the left of the search box.   Watch the Search Everything video

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In order to recall checked out items, search for the title in our catalog then click on the button labeled “Request.” Login to your library account using your W&L network User ID and password. You will be notifed via email when the item is ready for check-out. Additional information on borrowing materials from the University Library. If …

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You may look up these items either by course or by professor. You may also ask for these items at the Information Desk in Leyburn or the Circulation Desk in Telford Science, depending on the course.

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Research Help (19)

Search for articles using our Subject & Course Guides page; Click on your discipline; Click on a subject or course guide; Click on the “Find Articles” link; You will then be presented with a list of relevant databases to search. Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Citation managers collect and organize reference data. More information on citation managers.

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Search for print and electronic journals by journal name in our Full-Text Journal List Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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W&L’s subscription provides for 10 simultaneous users, if you are not able to access the database, try again in a few minutes. Remember to log out when finished. Login to Simmons OneView More Info

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To use WRDS (Wharton Research Data Services), you must have a valid W&L email address and be located in a computer lab in Leyburn Library or Huntley Hall. When you connect to WRDS, you will enter your W&L email address and then will be sent an email with a link that will provide access to …

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Mintel Reports offer comprehensive market reviews including both analysis and data.  You must be in Huntley Hall to access Mintel. It is recommended that you use Internet Explorer and a wired connection to the internet to use Mintel. This database may be used for academic research only. For questions email: John Tombarge

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When writing a paper or conducting research, authors often refer to existing scholarship.  If an author utilizes the ideas or words of another, he or she must adequately attribute that information through textual citations. Style manuals outline how and when to cite specific sources.  Popular style manuals include:  The Chicago Manual of Style, the Modern …

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W&L students, faculty, and staff can use our subscription databases from off-campus locations throughout the world. You MUST enter the database, such as JSTOR, through the library site.  You will be prompted to enter your network ID and password. You cannot go directly to database sites, such as www.jstor.org. Connection Problems: Occasionally off-campus W&L researchers …

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Business Source Complete provides market research reports and industry reports.  Euromonitor’s Passport database also provides market reports If you are interested in the consumer market for software, then Mintel may also help.  Mintel is limited to Huntley Hall, try using it in the computer lab on the third floor. For more info contact John Tombarge.

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Journals are scholarly publications, published on a regular basis, that keep the academic community abreast of current research in various fields. If you can think of a topic, there is probably a journal somewhere that covers it. Each issue of a journal has several articles, depicting research that researchers have conducted that they want to …

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Leyburn Library has one Bloomberg terminal, available for use by W&L students, faculty, and staff. The terminal is located on the north side of the Main Floor, around the corner from the Writing Center (M11). There is NO networked access to this database. Passwords are kept at the Information Desk in Leyburn Library. There is …

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The College Blue Book is an online guide to thousands 2 and 4 year schools within the U.S. and Canada. In this guide, you will find information such as degree programs offered and/or scholarships awarded. You must have valid W&L network credentials to view from off-campus. Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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A primary source is a document, speech, or other sort of evidence written, created or otherwise produced during the time under study. Primary sources offer an inside view of a particular event. Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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The Math Center is located in Robinson Hall, room R6 (on the first floor, on the colonnade), Sunday through Thursday, 8-10pm. This is set-up in a similar model to Writing Center where students can go for help with assigments.  

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Current periodicals (usually from the previous year or two) are in Telford. They are along the wall on the main level that extends from the circulation desk. Bound periodicals (the old stuff!) are on Lower Level 1 in Leyburn Library, along with all of the other non-science bound periodicals. If you have any issues finding …

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English translations of the bible will be in this call number range: BS 125-198 (Leyburn Library, 4th Floor) Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Special Collections contains: University publications (Calyx, Alumni Magazine, Ring-tum Phi, Trident, Shenandoah, and Ariel) Faculty, Alumni, and Student publications Materials relating to W&L’s history Holdings of the Rockbridge Historical Society Virginia state and local history Location: Leyburn Library, Lower Level 1 Hours: 9 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday except for University holidays. To be sure …

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Plagiarism is the use of another’s words or ideas without proper ackowledgement. Resources about plagiarism and how to avoid it

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Set up a research appointment with the appropriate subject librarian or stop by our Research Help Desk, located at the Information Desk of Leyburn Library and speak to a helpful librarians who specialize in research assistance, waiting to answer your questions.

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Services (31)

Information on academic poster creation and printing

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Monochrome (black & white): $.10/page for student printingColor: $.30/page for student printing Undergraduate students receive a “Print Subsidy” $20 for Fall Term/ $20 for Winter Term/ $10 for Spring Term Copies made with student IDs are charged to students’ personal accounts. Once the subsidy is depleted, students will incur a charge each month for the …

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No, however W&L Undergraduate students with fines totaling $50.00 or more may be blocked from registering for classes or from obtaining transcripts until the fines have been paid. View Your Library Account to see a list of materials you have checked-out. Contact the Information Desk 540.458.8643 if you have further questions. Students can pay their …

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There is no fax machine in the library for student use or other public use. Our photocopy machines can create PDFs which you can send as email attachments. Inquire at the helpdesk@wlu.edu to get help with sending or receiving faxes through RightFax. You can also send PDFs to fax numbers with any web browswer. There …

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You can request materials from Interlibrary Loan This service is free to current students, faculty, and staff. Requests for recreational reading and textbooks are not permitted. Requests for items in our collection are not processed unless they are checked out or missing. Check the Library Catalog to determine if we own the material you need. …

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Typically, our annual book sale is held in the fall on Parent’s Weekend. Information about our upcoming sale will be posted on our Library News blog.

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All Books are subject to recall two weeks after date of check-out. Library patrons may renew checked out materials online or by calling 540.458.8643. Items may not be renewed if they have been requested by another person. Books may be renewed three times. Videos & DVDs may be renewed twice. Music CDs may be renewed …

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We have exhibit space on the Main and 1st floors of Leyburn Library. View current and past exhibits in the University Library.  For more information, or to send exhibit ideas, contact Emily Cook.

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Yes. Information on scanning. Information on using the photocopy machines.

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There are public copiers (BizHub Multi-Function Print Devices) located in Leyburn Library: (3) on the main floor, and (1) on lower level one. The Telford Science Library has a photocopy machine its the main floor near the Circulation Desk. Instructions for Photocopying and Scanning.

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Yes, Leyburn Library has approximately 50 easels available for 24 hour checkout. To reserve them, email Elizabeth Anne Teaff at the University Library or drop by the Information Desk at Leyburn Library.

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Leyburn Library, Main Floor Macs and PCs for student/faculty use are available in the Innovation Lab. Several computers have attached scanners. All PCs have Adobe CS, statistical software, Microsoft Office, etc. and dual monitors. The Macs have imovie, Adobe CS, Microsoft Office, etc. Computers are available for Guest Access (no log-in needed) across from the Information …

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To get help with computer hardware and/or software issues, you should visit the ITS Help Desk, located at the Information Desk in Leyburn Library.  They are available Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. For after hours help, email helpdesk@wlu.edu.  Someone from ITS will contact you about your …

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View University Library Maps Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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The University Library has lockers for student use. Main Floor of Leyburn: Lockers in these locations are are intended for short-term (24 hours or less) use. To lock and unlock enter a four digit code of your choosing. Leyburn 4th Floor: There are 12 lockers with keys. Keys can be checked-out from the Information Desk …

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For snack or coffee machine issues: send an email regarding your lost money For Coke machine issues: call 1.800.309.2653 (give them machine code# DN05000900)  

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The University Library employs both work-study and payroll students. Work-study students are placed in the library by Financial Aid. Please inquire with their office for more information. Payroll students are hired by the library as needed. When payroll jobs are available they may be advertised in Campus Notices.

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Register, Check Out & Ride STEP 1: Read this info below and Register Online STEP 2: Email bluebiker@wlu.edu STEP 3: Go to the Leyburn Library bike rack to check out a bike after you receive a return email. How to Ride a Blue Bike W&L Outing Club – Road Biking W&L Outing Cub – Mountain …

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Items of value (laptops, watches, calculators, etc.) left unattended may be picked up by library staff and brought to the Information Desk of Leyburn Library or the Circulation Desk of Telford Library for safe-keeping. Please contact the Information Desk 540.458.8643 if you have lost something in the library. Items not picked up at the end of …

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No, sorry the library does not do personal book binding. If you wish to have a copy of your thesis or other item bound contact Thesis on Demand Submit your thesis to our Digital Archive. Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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FOR ALL EMERGENCIES CALL: (on campus) 9.911 (off campus) 911 OTHER USEFUL NUMBERS: Carillion Stonewall Jackson Hospital (on campus) 9.458.3300 (off campus) 540.458.3300 W&L Public Safety (on campus) 8999 (off campus) 540.458.8999 Blue Ridge Poison Center (on campus) 9.1.800.222.1222 (off campus) 1.800.222.1222

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) lamps or light therapy boxes are for the treatment of winter depression. The University Health Center has placed a number of SAD lamps in Leyburn and Telford. There are also SAD lamps in room 321 of Leyburn. For more information on SAD contact the Student Health Center.

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Yes, if it is non-commercial in nature and/or of particular interest to W&L students, faculty and staff. Read complete policy

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Special Collections contains: University publications (Calyx, Alumni Magazine, Ring-tum Phi, Trident, Shenandoah, and Ariel) Faculty, Alumni, and Student publications Materials relating to W&L’s history Holdings of the Rockbridge Historical Society Virginia state and local history Location: Leyburn Library, Lower Level 1 Hours: 9 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday except for University holidays. To be sure …

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Film that is printed with miniature versions of documents and pictures (newspaper, magazine, etc.) Information about the University Library’s microfilm machines and microfilm collection Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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During the academic year, both Leyburn and Telford Science are open to W&L faculty, staff, & students 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. University ID required to open doors 10 p.m. – 6 a.m. We are open to the general public 7 days a week, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Holiday & Break …

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Yes, we have instructions and tutorials for hardware and software. For questions, contact: helpdesk@wlu.edu or 540.458.HELP (4357)

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The University Library offers data manipulation and statistical support services to students, faculty and staff. Carol Hansen Karsch, the library’s Data and Statistical Support Specialist, can provide assistance throughout the various phases of quantitative research projects. Ms. Karsch can be reached at Leyburn Library in room M35, via email or by phone at 540.458.8980. More …

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The Writing Center is on the Main Floor of Leyburn Library (Room M11). Make an appointment.  The Writing Center is open Sunday through Thursday, 8-10 p.m., during Fall and Winter terms.

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Technology (21)

Monochrome (black & white): $.10/page for student printingColor: $.30/page for student printing Undergraduate students receive a “Print Subsidy” $20 for Fall Term/ $20 for Winter Term/ $10 for Spring Term Copies made with student IDs are charged to students’ personal accounts. Once the subsidy is depleted, students will incur a charge each month for the …

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There is no fax machine in the library for student use or other public use. Our photocopy machines can create PDFs which you can send as email attachments. Inquire at the helpdesk@wlu.edu to get help with sending or receiving faxes through RightFax. You can also send PDFs to fax numbers with any web browswer. There …

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(1) Reserve a room in Leyburn (we recommend M40, M41, or M42) (2) If needed, and not using the rooms listed above check out a web camera at the Information Desk in Leyburn Library (3) Check out a Chat 150/160 Microphone at the Information Desk in Leyburn Library (4) Make sure you have a Skype account …

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Firefox (Best Option):1) Click on PDF;2) Read and then click “OK” to agree to the Terms and Conditions of JSTOR; Note: You have the option to decline the Terms and Conditions if you do not agree to them, however, if you do so you will not be able to proceed in the printing process3) Save …

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Citation managers collect and organize reference data. More information on citation managers.

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Yes. Information on scanning. Information on using the photocopy machines.

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There are public copiers (BizHub Multi-Function Print Devices) located in Leyburn Library: (3) on the main floor, and (1) on lower level one. The Telford Science Library has a photocopy machine its the main floor near the Circulation Desk. Instructions for Photocopying and Scanning.

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W&L students, faculty, and staff can use our subscription databases from off-campus locations throughout the world. You MUST enter the database, such as JSTOR, through the library site.  You will be prompted to enter your network ID and password. You cannot go directly to database sites, such as www.jstor.org. Connection Problems: Occasionally off-campus W&L researchers …

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If you’re a W&L faculty member, staff or student, use any available Internet connection, on-campus or off-campus, and use a Web browser* to access this page: http://wireless.wlu.edu  Follow the steps, entering your W&L username and password when prompted. After you complete this step, you’ll connect to W&L’s wireless network automatically whenever you’re in range. *Mac …

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Leyburn Library, Main Floor Macs and PCs for student/faculty use are available in the Innovation Lab. Several computers have attached scanners. All PCs have Adobe CS, statistical software, Microsoft Office, etc. and dual monitors. The Macs have imovie, Adobe CS, Microsoft Office, etc. Computers are available for Guest Access (no log-in needed) across from the Information …

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To get help with computer hardware and/or software issues, you should visit the ITS Help Desk, located at the Information Desk in Leyburn Library.  They are available Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. For after hours help, email helpdesk@wlu.edu.  Someone from ITS will contact you about your …

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Leyburn Library has one Bloomberg terminal, available for use by W&L students, faculty, and staff. The terminal is located on the north side of the Main Floor, around the corner from the Writing Center (M11). There is NO networked access to this database. Passwords are kept at the Information Desk in Leyburn Library. There is …

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USE SKYPE TO CALL ANYONE IN THE WORLD FOR FREE: Skype ( /ˈskaɪp/) is a proprietary voice-over-Internet Protocol service and software application created in 2003. It is currently owned by Microsoft. Skype allows for voice, video, and instant messaging over the internet. In order to use Skype, you will need to create an account with …

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Technology items (laptops, camcorders, projectors, etc.) are not renewable. They are in high demand so we try to keep the check-out periods short. Other technology items are available on a first-come-first serve basis to current W&L University undergraduate students, faculty, & staff. Most of items are available for 7 days. Additional loan time may be requested at …

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Yes, the University Library offers ebooks on various types of software and hardware. You need a W&L network username and password to view them off-campus. Search our catalog by keyword or browse by category. Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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For general printing and scanning needs you can use the biz-hub photocopy machines in the Leyburn Library and the Telford Science Library. They can print and scan in color or black and white. Information on using the photocopy machines. Information on large format printing (poster production). Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Northen Auditorium (Leyburn, Level 1)has a VCR/DVD player. Room 201 (Leyburn, Level 2) has a VCR/DVD player. Room 220 (Leyburn, Level 2) has a VCR/DVD player. Leyburn, M47 has auxiliary hookups for a VCR (or any video device). To request a VCR for M47 email: helpdesk@wlu.edu or call 540.458.4357 Have more questions? Contact a librarian

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Film that is printed with miniature versions of documents and pictures (newspaper, magazine, etc.) Information about the University Library’s microfilm machines and microfilm collection Have more questions? Contact a librarian.

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Yes, we have instructions and tutorials for hardware and software. For questions, contact: helpdesk@wlu.edu or 540.458.HELP (4357)

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The University Library offers data manipulation and statistical support services to students, faculty and staff. Carol Hansen Karsch, the library’s Data and Statistical Support Specialist, can provide assistance throughout the various phases of quantitative research projects. Ms. Karsch can be reached at Leyburn Library in room M35, via email or by phone at 540.458.8980. More …

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Study Spaces (7)

Yes, but please clean up after yourself. There are trash cans on every floor. Please put lids on your drinks. We have vending machines (snacks, coffee, hot chocolate, water, and soda) on the main floor of Leyburn Library. If you order pizza save us a slice!

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The University Library has lockers for student use. Main Floor of Leyburn: Lockers in these locations are are intended for short-term (24 hours or less) use. To lock and unlock enter a four digit code of your choosing. Leyburn 4th Floor: There are 12 lockers with keys. Keys can be checked-out from the Information Desk …

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LEYBURN MAIN FLOOR: The front part of this floor, toward Washington Hall, is intended for collaboration; those individuals looking for quiet study should use the back of the floor (towards Woods Creek) or the lower levels. Group Study Rooms (M40, M41, M42) may be reserved here. LEYBURN THIRD FLOOR: Room 321 has been designated for …

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During the academic year, both Leyburn and Telford Science are open to W&L faculty, staff, & students 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. University ID required to open doors 10 p.m. – 6 a.m. We are open to the general public 7 days a week, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Holiday & Break …

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IN LEYBURN: On all 5 floors. There are no restrooms/bathrooms in TELFORD SCIENCE, however there are some located in the Great Hall.

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Use our calendar system to create a Room Reservations Room Reservation Policies

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Both Leyburn and Telford libraries offer study carrels. Leyburn also has locked studies. Carrels are assigned for the academic year and locked studies may be reserved for the term or the academic year. More information

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Services - Top Ten (10)

Information on academic poster creation and printing

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Monochrome (black & white): $.10/page for student printingColor: $.30/page for student printing Undergraduate students receive a “Print Subsidy” $20 for Fall Term/ $20 for Winter Term/ $10 for Spring Term Copies made with student IDs are charged to students’ personal accounts. Once the subsidy is depleted, students will incur a charge each month for the …

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You can request materials from Interlibrary Loan This service is free to current students, faculty, and staff. Requests for recreational reading and textbooks are not permitted. Requests for items in our collection are not processed unless they are checked out or missing. Check the Library Catalog to determine if we own the material you need. …

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All Books are subject to recall two weeks after date of check-out. Library patrons may renew checked out materials online or by calling 540.458.8643. Items may not be renewed if they have been requested by another person. Books may be renewed three times. Videos & DVDs may be renewed twice. Music CDs may be renewed …

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Yes. Information on scanning. Information on using the photocopy machines.

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The University Library employs both work-study and payroll students. Work-study students are placed in the library by Financial Aid. Please inquire with their office for more information. Payroll students are hired by the library as needed. When payroll jobs are available they may be advertised in Campus Notices.

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FOR ALL EMERGENCIES CALL: (on campus) 9.911 (off campus) 911 OTHER USEFUL NUMBERS: Carillion Stonewall Jackson Hospital (on campus) 9.458.3300 (off campus) 540.458.3300 W&L Public Safety (on campus) 8999 (off campus) 540.458.8999 Blue Ridge Poison Center (on campus) 9.1.800.222.1222 (off campus) 1.800.222.1222

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During the academic year, both Leyburn and Telford Science are open to W&L faculty, staff, & students 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. University ID required to open doors 10 p.m. – 6 a.m. We are open to the general public 7 days a week, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Holiday & Break …

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