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Black Lives Matter: A Message from the Wesleyan University Library

We, the staff of the Wesleyan University Library and Collections, are devastated by the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks and so many other people of color who were victims of police brutality. We deeply believe that Black Lives Matter. We understand that eliminating the systemic racism that pervades our society ... Read moreBlack Lives Matter: A Message from the Wesleyan University Library
Library Services for Summer 2020

Library Services for Summer 2020

Welcome to summer! Despite Henry James’ observation regarding summer afternoons¹, we know summer can often be a very busy and productive time for many faculty and students.  With this in mind, the majority of library services are available online even while our buildings and collections remain closed. Whether you are teaching this summer or preparing ... Read moreLibrary Services for Summer 2020
Documenting Wesleyan’s COVID-19 Experiences

Documenting Wesleyan’s COVID-19 Experiences

The Wesleyan community has responded in wide, inspiring ways to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is rare that we know what will become a historic moment while it’s occurring, but it’s clear that we are all living and making history right now. As an archivist, I am always interested in recording these efforts so that they ... Read moreDocumenting Wesleyan’s COVID-19 Experiences
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Ease your access to library resources

Wesleyan subscribes to LibKey Nomad, a browser extension that can help you locate the full text of articles when you are viewing a citation in a scholarly database or publisher’s site. When full text can be found in Wesleyan’s subscribed resources, PubMed, or other full-text sites that Wesleyan has access to, a Download PDF or ... Read moreEase your access to library resources
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