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We are making Hatcher Graduate Library space improvements to better serve the campus. Details about our plans will follow soon, but read on for information about our move of materials from half of the 6th floor of Hatcher, which will free space for an expansion of the Special Collections Library. We will make every effort to minimize disruption to your ability to browse the stacks. Materials will be accessible throughout the move, which will be completed by the end of October.
Starting October 3rd, we began relocating all materials from the east side of the 6th floor. The majority of these collections will be relocated to the Shapiro Library basement, though some will shift to the other side of the 6th floor. Some lesser-used materials will be moved to remote shelving.
|Subject||Call Number||New Location|
|Psychology||BF||Other side of 6|
|Anthropology, Folklore, Environmental Sciences, Geography||G-GV||Other side of 6|
|U.S. and Foreign Government Publications||J 11-J 941
JN 22-JN 30
|International Relations, Political Science, Public Administration||J-JZ||Shapiro Basement
New locations will be reflected in Mirlyn. Upon request, we will hold materials at the Hatcher Library circulation desk or deliver them to departmental offices via our 7FAST service.
Study carrels remain available on the west side of the 6th floor, and we are exploring options for additional quiet study spaces elsewhere in Hatcher-Shapiro.
Contact Bryan Skib (email@example.com), Associate University Librarian for Collections, with comments or questions.