Space to Study

September 5th, 2017 by

Even though the books are mostly gone, the Chemistry Library will remain as a study space for students this Fall 2017 semester. The space will not have set hours, but it should be available for student use Monday-Friday when classes are in session. The computers, printers, and scanners are still available, as is a small reference collection that can be used in the space.  Librarian Ariel Andrea’s office will also remain in the Chemistry Library. After this semester, the space will likely close to all visitors in preparation for the New Chemistry Building Project, and Ariel’s office will be relocated elsewhere in the building.

Reserve textbooks for courses have been moved to Steenbock and College Libraries. To see where your book is located, search for it in the Library Catalog. The rest of the collection from Chemistry has been moved to Steenbock Library and to the library storage facility in Verona. All items are still available for checkout through the catalog.

If you find the Chemistry Library space is locked while classes are in session, please email askchem@library.wisc.edu or call Chemistry Facilities Manager Jeff Nielsen at 608-262-8745.

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