The Montante Family Library at D'Youville is the ideal research destination for students, faculty, and staff searching for access to research tools, materials, and professional instruction.
The library's 2nd and 3rd floors (and all public desks) are currently closed, but the 1st floor computer lab and 4th floor study spaces remain open 24/7. There are many ways that the Library can meet your research needs remotely during this time.
Research Services/Librarian Consultations
Due to the COVID-19 Outbreak, the Montante Family Library Research librarians will
be working Remotely until further notice.
Despite this, we are still available during normal library hours to help our students remotely. Please email or call the Research Desk at RefDesk@dyc.edu, or 716-829-7747. We will get back to you as soon as possible. If you need immediate assistance, please call Debra Lucas 716-998-0523. We can help via phone, email or video conferencing. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us!
For more information, go to: http://library.dyc.edu/services/research-assistance.aspx
As always, we are here to help you in any way that we can!
Our research databases are fully searchable from off-campus.
Renewal of Physical Items
All materials checked out of the Library can be renewed remotely by calling (716 829-7618) or emailing (firstname.lastname@example.org) the Circulation Desk.
Overdue fees or fines that accumulate during this time will be waived after the materials are returned.
Embedded Librarian Program
Embedded librarians will remain available to help with your research and library resource needs through Canvas or via email.
If your course does not currently have an embedded librarian and additional assistance is needed during this time, please reach out to the Online Learning Librarian Bree Baker (email@example.com).
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