The Library supports the research needs for remote student learning and provides a number of services and resources. Please click for more resources.
During Xavier's remote learning environment, some of our vendors and other outside organizations are augmenting their services to our campus community. Click here for the details of those resources.
Effective March 21, access to the CLC is available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, for faculty and staff only with an ALL Card. The library building is closed. For up-to-date hours, please see here.
University Librarians are available remotely by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by chat between 9am-5pm Monday-Friday on the library's homepage. Each academic department has a library liaison who can help you with discipline specific research. Contact your personal librarian for help.
In support of the move to a remote learning environment for all Xavier students, the library building is closed and all staff are working remotely effective March 21. Borrowing of print materials and physical media is not available until further notice.
If you have library materials checked out now, University Library will renew them automatically for you. We will waive any fines that are accumulated as a result of being due or overdue during this time. (Replacement fees for lost materials will still apply.)
OhioLINK suspended all statewide borrowing and lending effective March 17. No OhioLINK materials are not available at this time.
You may request articles and book chapters to be electronically delivered through interlibrary loan as usual. Availability of materials may vary depending on the lending libraries. Physical materials may not be requested at this time.
If you need help locating electronic resources, please contact a librarian at email@example.com.
Physical items on reserve are not available. Electronic books and streaming videos may be available for the library to purchase. If you need digital materials for courses, please contact Katy Tucker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a wide variety of free course materials available online. In addition, many publishers are making their content, which includes electronic books and streaming videos, freely available during this time. Please see the library's guides for these resources and how to access them here:
As faculty, staff, and students teach, work, and learn remotely, we may encounter system or connectivity issues with library resources. We report issues we are aware of on our System Update page; check here for updates if you are experiencing trouble.
You can report issues affecting the operation of or access to library systems and resources, including Search@XU, XPLORE, research databases, and electronic books, journals and videos, by submitting a ticket here. For general questions or research help, email email@example.com or chat with a librarian Monday-Friday 9am-5pm from our homepage.