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Bartle Library 3rd Floor is now closed to the public for the duration of the renovation project, with the newly renovated floor expected to reopen in 2024. During this time, elevators will be programmed to automatically skip the 3rd floor, ...

FAQ will be updated periodically. Last updated: June 11, 2021 Q:  How do I place books from the 3rd Floor on Course Reserves for the Summer or Fall terms?A: Use the Course Reserves tool to submit your requests as soon ...

With the Bartle 3rd Floor collections temporarily moving offsite, the Libraries encourage patrons to utilize the virtual Browse Shelf in Find It! when searching for materials. The virtual Browse Shelf displays all books in call number order – as they ...

As a reminder, the Bartle Library 3rd Floor collection will be moved to an off-site location starting April 12 (new date) – see March 1 update. These items will not be accessible until they are scheduled to return to the ...

As part of the Bartle Library 3rd Floor renovation project, the Libraries are currently moving items from Bartle and Science Libraries to our Annex in Conklin (see February 2021 Update).  The next phase of moving the 3rd Floor book collection ...

Due to COVID-19, the Bartle and Science Libraries’ renovation projects were put on pause in Spring 2020. We were recently notified that both projects are restarting with the original timeline. As a reminder, Bartle Library 3rd Floor renovation is a ...

The University Libraries support our faculty, staff and students’ teaching, scholarship and research by building rich and diverse collections of print and online resources. During the renovation, we hope to continue making collections accessible in a timely manner, mitigating the ...

The role of an academic library is continually evolving with changes in pedagogy, research and scholarship, technology, and student study behavior. With the upcoming renovation of Bartle Library’s 3rd floor, the Libraries have the opportunity to transform our space to ...

The Libraries will be hosting three open forums to present information about several upcoming renovation and building projects, including the extensive Bartle Library third floor renovation. We want to hear from faculty, staff and students about these projects. The forums ...