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General Information

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While the University continues to operate online, Emmanuel d'Alzon Library is here to support online learning.  Below are resources that you can access remotely using your AU email address and password.    

Returning Books to the Library

Please do not be concerned about returning books you have borrowed from the Assumption Library, other local libraries, or through InterLibrary Loan during the COVID-19 crisis.  The Library staff is working remotely and cannot receive your returns.  You may keep the books until we are allowed back on campus.  We will continue to renew the items you have out until the crisis is over.  Your safety is our primary concern.

Helpful Resources

Below are links to our most popular resources: 

You will be prompted to enter your AC email address and password to use resources remotely. 

Key Research Help Services

The Library Staff can help you with the following: 

InterLibrary Loan

We will continue to process InterLibrary Loan (ILL) borrowing requests for available online journal articles and e-book chapters.  We will also work to recommend alternative resources if necessary.   If you need assistance in using ILL, please contact us at ILL@assumption.edu.

Contribute to the Library’s COVID-19 Archive

The Emmanuel d’Alzon Library invites students, faculty, staff, and alumni to contribute their stories related to the impact of the COVID-19 global health crisis. If you are keeping a journal, creating artwork, or involved with another project that reflects your experiences during the pandemic, we would be happy to preserve those stories for future researchers in Assumption’s institutional repository, Digital Commons @ Assumption.

Submissions may be made by students electronically through this form. If you don't have a Google account, please email Mary Rigali at m.rigali@assumption.edu or Barrie Mooney at bmooney@assumption.edu. Contributors will be required to give permission to share their story publicly online, either immediately or at some time in the future.