More than just books

Take a look at the top 10 things to do at the Libraries, beyond the books.

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1. Find a study space

Explore the different study spaces the Libraries have to offer, from casual drop-in spaces to reservable group study rooms.

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2. Print and scan

Printing and scanning services are available across campus for those with an active NetID and a WolfCard.

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3. Work for the Libraries

Looking for an on-campus opportunity to develop real-world work skills? The Libraries may be the place for you!

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4. Check out technology

Check out VR equipment, maker supplies, audio equipment, video cameras and other items on a short-term basis, at no cost with a valid University ID.

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5. Get creative in the Makerspace

Access a variety of equipment and tools including textiles, soldering, 3D printing and scanning, laser and vinyl cutting and more, at no cost.

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6. Get individualized help

Our team of librarians and experts specialize in a range of subject areas, and they are ready to help you with your research, information, and library needs.

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7. Chat with a librarian

Our librarians are available for chat support to help with your research and informational questions.

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8. Discover specialty tech spaces

The Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center and the DeLaMare Library are home to spaces with professional video and audio production equipment.

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9. Print a poster

Experts at the @One and the DeLaMare Library can help you print a poster for your homework assignment or presentation.

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10. Get off-campus access

Once you've activated your NetID once, you'll have off-campus access to online library resources.