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Flood Recovery Update

Collections As many of you know, we froze some of the wet Library books after the flood as a way of preventing the development and spread of mold. Now these approximately 8,500 books are on the way to Texas for a special de-freeze process that helps to preserve the books as they thaw.  We hope to have them back in 4-6 weeks.  Upon return, we will review the items for

Library Update as of January 26, 2016

Collections Recovery efforts continue throughout the 1st and Ground floors. Library staff is working with building, insurance, and state professionals to salvage materials and restore operations as quickly as possible. Requesting Library Materials The Library has instituted a temporary paging (or retrieval) system so that students, faculty and staff can use undamaged materials. While the Ground floor is still off-limits, you are now able to place a hold on

Library Flood Update As of January 21, 2016

As you may be aware, the UTC Library  sustained water damage to its 1st and Ground floors on Monday evening.  Library staff are currently in ‘triage mode’ and still doing initial assessments before developing a full response plan. Here’s the current status of the building and services: Collection Services Print and AV collections, located on 1st and Ground, are unavailable at this time. All new item ordering has been stopped.

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Action Required from EndNote desktop users!

There is a change to the URL that makes it possible for EndNote desktop to search for the full text of articles listed in your EndNote library.  If you have been using the Find Full Text feature, your old OpenURL Path URL will not work after June 30, 2015. If you haven’t used the Find Full Text feature of EndNote desktop, you may want to watch this short (4

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