For the duration of the CUPE strike, no loans (that is: check-out, interlibrary loans, laptop lending) are available at University Library branches.
However, through arrangements between the University and the USSU, photocopying in all University Library branches will be free to students while loan services are unavailable.
Photocopiers are also available in the Reserve areas of each branch library for copying Reserve materials. Also, a DVD/video player is now available in the Murray Library Reserve area for viewing DVDs and videos on Reserve in Murray while these items are not available for loan.
Fines have been suspended for the duration of the CUPE strike. However, books can be returned--if you do not need them, return them so others can use them in the Library. This also applies to Interlibrary Loan materials. Books that have been returned are being reshelved.
Although the STM Library Catalogue has been integrated with the U. of S. Library Catalogue, the STM Library is independent. Books can be borrowed from STM Library.
There are other collections on campus that are also independent. See "other Library Catalogues" on the Library's web site.
Note that books borrowed from STM or other campus libraries do need to be returned when due.The Library's Electronic resources continue to be available as normal through the Library’s website.Reference service remains available in Murray Library in most of the other branches when they are open. The AskUS Live (IM) (https://library.usask.ca/uask) services are available as normal.Library hours are continually being revised, please see the website before making a trip to campus.
Friday, November 23, 2007
An important announcement from the U of S Library:
Posted by Gordon DesBrisay at 1:57 PM