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Moving our collections

Prisma was awarded the contract to install the new black frames for the shelving on LB3 East. Most of the installation was done during the Construction Holiday to facilitate their work. Should everything go according to plan, books in the… Continue Reading →

Phase 1: Close to completion

Construction work is progressing according to schedule in LB3 East and in the future classrooms on LB3 West (rooms 320 and 322). Construction for the ventilation, plumbing, architectural and electrical work for Phase 1 is now completed. Walls are being… Continue Reading →

Collection Reconfiguration Project: One large step towards a healthy collection

The Webster Library Transformation project has offered the opportunity for yet another first: a comprehensive assessment and reconfiguration of our library collections at both campuses. This review will include different document types and formats including reference material, circulating monographs, government… Continue Reading →

Updates on closures and construction noise

With the Webster Library Transformation project underway, there are now some brief closures and expectations of construction noise. January 19 (11 p.m.) to January 20 (4 a.m.) The study rooms and the computer workstations on the south side of LB2… Continue Reading →

Phase 1 of the Webster Library Transformation Project starts in January 2015

For the first phase of the Webster Library Transformation Project, LB3 East and the North stairway are closed for construction. This wing will reopen in Fall 2015. Computers and DPrint machines were relocated to LB4. The Interlibrary Loans office has relocated to LB-331 (on… Continue Reading →

Project timeline

This is the timeline we have now, but it is likely to change in the future. More details (services and precise spaces affected as well as mitigation efforts) will become available closer to the start of each phase. Phase Dates… Continue Reading →

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