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The James A. Cannavino Library has made a number of changes to our facilities and services in order to support your research, while complying with Marist's and New York State's reopening guidance.
Hours--we have changed our building hours for the fall semester. They are:
Mon-Thr 7:45 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Fri and Sat 7:45 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sun noon - 10 p.m.
Seating--seats have been removed throughout the building to facilitate social distancing
Printing--printers once housed in the library have been relocated to Donnelly Hall and in common areas of the dormatories in order to expand access while reducing user density
Masks--all locations in the library, including the Presentation Practice Room, are considered public spaces and thus masks are required at all times
Food--because you cannot consume food without removing your mask, food is not permitted in the library
Access to physical books and journals--you will notice that access to the shelves that house our physical books and journal issues are cordoned off. Please respect this--library staff will retrieve materials for you. To request a book for pick-up:
Search for a book in FoxHunt
Click on the title or the "available" link, which contains the book's call number
Log in if you are prompted
Click on the red "Reserve" link
You will receive a notice when the book is available at the circulation desk
Collaborative Rooms--Collaborative rooms are not available for the Fall 2020 semester.
Presentation Practice Room--you must reserve the Presentation Practice Room using the Marist App for reserving spaces. Information about downloading and using the app is available outside of LB314.
Archives and Special Collections--Archives and Special Collections will be open 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed noon - 1 p.m.). All researchers (both internal to Marist and outside) should contact the Archives (library.marist.edu/archives/) directly for assistance.
Library Instruction--all library instruction will be offered virtually. Both synchronous and asynchronous options are available. Contact your library liaison for more information
Reference Assistance--all reference assistance will also be offered virtually. You can contact a librarian using the Ask-A-Librarian function, which provides email, chat, and phone options. You can also make a WebEx or Zoom appointment directly with a specific librarian.