University of Chicago Library News
College Edition – April 2013
Regenstein Library users will soon find it easier to shed a little light on their research thanks to a project to replace light switches with occupancy sensors in Regenstein's bookstacks. Along with making it easier to explore the bookstacks, the new lights will also allow us to save energy. Work began March 25 and continues through May.
All users are required to set and use a 4-digit PIN (personal identification number) when using the Canon copy, print, fax, and scan stations in the libraries, residence halls, and the Arley D. Cathey Learning Center (formerly Harper Library Commons). This change is being made to protect users from unauthorized use of their accounts. More details can be found on the Unified Printing website.
Have you ever needed an article from a journal or magazine that the Library does not have? Learn how to request articles via interlibrary loan by watching our YouTube video. For more instructional videos, subscribe to the University of Chicago Library's YouTube channel.
Do you like to read comic books or graphic novels? Learn about the Library's graphic novel and comic collections in this new online help guide: How do I find comic books and graphic novels?
Learn how the University of Chicago Library's conservators keep collections safe and intact for future scholars. Our new exhibit discusses the techniques conservators use to preserve and repair materials in the state-of-the-art Conservation Laboratory in the Mansueto Library. View the online exhibit or view it at Crerar Library until October 11th.