The Library is resuming certain services beginning July 6
I hope this message finds you and your loved ones well, and enjoying the beginnings of summer.
While Concordia’s campuses and the Library remain closed and many of our services are accessible online, I am happy to announce that we are resuming certain services in a limited capacity beginning Monday, July 6.
Contactless book pick-up service: as of July 6, Concordia students, faculty and staff will be able to request certain items from the Library’s regular collection. Visit the Contactless book pick-up web page to find out how to make a request, and how and where to pick up requested items.
Article/chapter scan and deliver service: this electronic delivery service enables Concordia students and faculty to request a digital scan of an article, book chapter and book front and back matter from the library’s print collection.
Access the request form and find out more about the article/chapter scan and deliver service.
E-reserves: all faculty members can now request scanned print material to be made available as part of the e-reserves service. The Library can also scan articles and book chapters to be put on e-reserves and take care of the copyright compliance. I invite you to send us your e-reserves requests as soon as possible.
Please visit the Library’s COVID-19 web page for the latest updates about the Library services.
The Library services will be offered in accordance with the staggered and gradual return to campus plan established with Concordia’s Environmental Health and Safety team. For more information about the plan, please visit the return to campus page on Cspace.
As always, I am available to respond to any questions that you may have about these upcoming services.
Vice Provost, Digital Strategy and University Librarian