You may know about Summit, the “lending club” of academic libraries in our region, but in this term’s library newsletter we pull back the curtain a bit to talk about the bigger picture of resource sharing among libraries. The Interlibrary Loan (ILL) cooperative involves over 10,000 academic, public, and special libraries across the United States and the world!
Check out this story and more in the spring term issue of the Hamersly Library newsletter.
How much does printing cost? A single page (one side) of a black & white printout costs 1 print credit. A single color page (one side) printout costs 5 print credits. Students receive 225 print credits per term.
How do I know how many print credits I have? Log in to the WOU Portal and your balance will be displayed on your homepage.
How do I buy more print credits? Purchase additional credits through WolfWeb under the Student Menu. They start at 50 credits for $2.50 and go up from there. When you buy additional credits they are immediately available for use.
What if I don’t use all of my print credits? Whatever credits you don’t use roll over to the next term. However, accounts are wiped clean before each Fall term begins, and everyone starts again with 225 print credits.
Check out our Textbooks Guide for options to buy, rent, and borrow textbooks for your classes this term.
You’ll also find info about where to sell your textbooks back once you’re done with them.
Did you know you can check out a digital camera from Hamersly Library? A laptop for in-library use? A USB microphone? In fact, the library manages over 500 items in its Equipment Lending program.
Most equipment has an initial loan of 4 days, with a 3-day renewal possible. A few items have a 4-hour loan. Library patrons can make reservations for equipment though Primo. You can can get these items from the Checkout Desk all hours the library is open. Learn more about the Equipment Lending program from our fall term library newsletter.
Drop-in tutoring in the library starts up again this week. Hours vary, see “Tutoring Hours” on the right ———>
–>The Writing Center holds night hours Sun-Thurs from 7-10pm in Room 116. Writing tutors will work with you on writing projects for any course and any instruction level.
–>The Math Center offers free math tutoring at varying times in Room 228 for both Math classes and non-Math classes like statistics.
–>The Science Learning Center now offers tutoring for Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Earth Science classes at varying times in Room 124.
–>The English Tutoring Center holds night hours Mon-Thurs from 7-10pm in Room 228. Tutors can help international students with reading, listening to, and/or speaking English.
–>The Digital Media Center, located on the 2nd floor, offers help with technology-related class assignments. Hours vary by term.
The Press is now open earlier during the week and has hours on Fridays!
- SUNDAY: 1 pm – 8 pm
- MONDAY – THURSDAY: 8:30 am – 8 pm
- FRIDAY: 8:30 am – 3 pm
- Currently CLOSED SATURDAY
Need help with math, writing, English as a foreign language, or using technology? There are free drop-in tutoring services for all of these subjects right in the library:
–>The Math Center offers math tutoring Monday-Friday, and Sunday at varying times in Room 228 for both Math classes and non-Math classes like statistics. See the Math Center website for fall term hours.
–>The Writing Center holds night hours Sunday-Thursday from 7-10pm in Room 116. Writing tutors will work with you on writing projects for any course and any instruction level.
–>The English Tutoring Center holds night hours Monday-Thursday from 7-10pm in Room 228. Tutors can help international students with reading, listening to, and/or speaking English.
–>The Digital Media Center, located on the 2nd floor, offers help with technology-related class assignments and offers tutoring Monday-Thursday. See the DMC website for fall term hours.
Welcome to campus, new students! We hope to see you at one of our New Student Week sessions where you can learn about the WOU library and how to prepare for college-level reading (see your New Student Week book for full descriptions):
–>Student-led Library Tours – Where’s Wolfie?
Mon. 9/18, 11am-12:30pm, Hamersly Library (meet in the lobby)
Wed. 9/20, 9am-2pm, Hamersly Library (meet in the lobby)
–>Reading, Research, Writing, and ‘Rithmetic – What the library can do for you
Tues. 9/19, 4:15-5:15pm, Ackerman 139
Fri. 9/22, 12:30-1:30pm, Ackerman 139
–>You Want Me To Read What?
Wed. 9/20, 9-10am, Ackerman 141
Did you know that you can arrange to have your Summit requests delivered to another Summit library?
To do so, visit the circulation desk of the library where you’d like to pick up your Summit materials and ask to be “adopted” as a Summit Visiting Patron. Once you go through this process you can request Summit materials through either Hamersly or this other Summit library.
Faculty, remember that the library is here to help you, too. Take a look at this handy guide to see how. It outlines the specific services we offer for faculty, as well as the ways we can help teach your students information literacy and research skills. Have a great term!