SPRING LIBRARY SERVICES UPDATE
as of April 29, 2021
Library Hours and Contact Information
Now that Santa Barbara is back in the Red Tier, our total indoor capacity is now at 50%. Some study rooms, as well as the computer lab, can accommodate 2-7 people with proper ventilation. Each room will be marked accordingly, so check the signs before entering.
See below for operating hours for the remainder of the semester:
- Friday - Saturday (4/30 - 5/1): 8am - 6pm
- Sunday (5/2): 1pm - 10pm
- Monday - Wednesday (5/3 - 5/5): 8am - 10pm
- Thursday (5/6): 8am - 6pm
- Friday (5/7): 9am - 5pm
- Saturday - Sunday (5/8 - 5/9): CLOSED
Mayterm hours starting Monday, May 10.
- Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
- Weekends: CLOSED
Library services such as the Research Help Desk, Writers' Corner, and Tutoring will continue to be offered remotely. For research inquiries and any library-related questions, please email email@example.com. Librarians will be monitoring the email Monday - Thursday from 9am - 9pm, Friday from 9am - 5pm, and Sunday from 7pm - 9pm.
For printing and technology needs, please email our IT department at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to meet with a staff member, please make an appointment.
Contactless Curbside Pick-Up Still Available!
For Contactless Curbside Pick-Up of physical library resources such as books, DVDs, and musical scores, email email@example.com with the title, author, and call number of the materials you would like to check out. Stop by the table in front of the library to pick up your requested materials once you have received an email from the library stating your materials are ready for you. Materials will be available for pick-up during the library's operating hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.
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- Get unlimited access to WSJ.com, WSJ mobile apps, curated newsletters and podcasts
- Advance your career with curated articles on job preparation, finance tips, career insights and expert advice through WSJ’s student hub, students.wsj.com
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Ask questions. Win prizes!
Do you need to find a book for a research paper? Do you want to find a scholarly article? Do you like winning prizes? Enter the Research Help Desk raffle! Each question you ask - whether at the desk, over email, on the phone, or over Zoom - gives you a chance to win!
How to enter:
- Email your questions and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contact a librarian directly via their email, by phone, or on Zoom
How to earn tickets:
- 1 ticket: ask a "basic" question such as "how can I get a book from the library while studying off-campus?" (< 3 mins)
- 2 tickets: ask an "intermediate" question such as "what kind of databases should I use for my research project?" (3 - 10 mins)
- 5 tickets: ask an advanced question such as "how do I narrow my research topic?" (15 - 30 mins)
- 10 tickets: schedule a one-on-one appointment with a librarian
Email email@example.com to start racking up those tickets!
* The raffle will begin the first day of classes - August 31, 2020.*
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