Please note: If you are sick or experiencing any symptoms and need library assistance, contact us via Ask a Librarian and we will provide all services to you remotely.
CSN Libraries Continuity Plan
The CSN Libraries are working to ensure all services will continue to remain available to our students, staff and faculty. Please see below for our plans for continuity. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please contact Caprice Roberson, Director of CSN Libraries, at email@example.com or 702-651-7693.
Reference & Research Assistance
The Libraries already provide reference and research services online. We will continue to help students and faculty with sources, citations, using our online library, and other questions through email, text, phone, and chat, with expanded chat hours. To get assistance, please see Ask a Librarian.
All library instruction has been moved online. Each librarian will work with instructors and present options to best help students meet the learning outcome(s). You can still schedule instruction for your courses.
Please contact Becky Blunk at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to schedule instruction.
Circulation & ILL (Loaned Items)
We are working to make sure students have access to all needed resources, including textbooks. If you are a student or faculty and need access to resources for your course, please contact us through our Ask a Librarian page.
CSN Libraries has changed the due date on all checked out CSN Libraries items so they will be due September 4, 2020 for students, and August 24, 2020 for faculty and staff. We have ceased all billing processes for lost items at this time.
If you have an InterLibrary Loan item checked out, you should have received an email extending the due date. If you have questions, please contact Jessica Caseman at email@example.com.
For the health and safety of the campus community, the campus libraries are currently closed. We are still offering all services to students, staff, and faculty. If you have a question not addressed on this page, please contact us via Ask a Librarian.
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