As you enjoy the new arrangements in the stacks, you’ll notice that some books have slips in them. We have a number of books that need repair, whose call numbers are incorrect, or with the same call number as other books in that subject area. Books with slips indicate that there is a problem to be resolved. You are welcome to check out these books and we ask that you leave the slips in them. Use it as a bookmark! We hope to complete the project by early October. Update
The inventory is complete and we have moved our collection. All non-current journals are on Level 2. We brought over 13,000+ books from Level 2 down to the main floor. Some of our books have corrections that need to be made. For example, the title may not match the catalog record, the call number may be incorrect, the book might not be in the catalog. If a correction needs to be made you will see a slip in the book. You are welcome to check out anything. We ask that you leave the slip in the book until we can make the necessary changes.
We are back after our holiday break. The building remains closed, but we are working in the library. Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need resources or research assistance. Check out the faculty newsletter for 2021 workshops.
Best wishes to all for a blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year. The building is closed but our work continues. Please contact us (email@example.com) if you need resources or research assistance. Check out the faculty newsletter for 2021 workshops. Blessings from Ann, Kathy & Jennie!
Deacon Steve Kramer gives a talk on the spirituality of the Diaconate and of deacons in the latest of the library’s series on spirituality talks. You can view it on YouTube here. While you’re there, check out one of our many other videos in the series!