Students are taking full advantage of being able to study in Dartmouth Library’s Baker-Berry Library, which reopened its doors to undergraduates on Sept. 26.
Among the new COVID-19 safety rules now in effect: Students must reserve study space in advance (available online in three-hour blocks); wear masks at all times; and maintain physical-distancing precautions—one person per table. The library will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Library users should enter through Novack Café with a current Dartmouth ID.
The Rauner Special Collections Library, Sherman Art Special Collections, Evans Map Room, and Jones Media Center resources are available by appointment for faculty, staff, and all students approved to be on campus. Researchers may request items from other libraries on campus using the the online catalog. More information on accessing library services and facilities this fall is available on the on the library website.