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Library And Resources


Welcome to the Washington University of Science and Technology Learning Resources Center! 


The Library Learning Resource Guide provides essential information on utilizing the library’s comprehensive resources to maximize success in your academic journey. While the library does have a physical catalog, the majority of our resources are electronic and accessible anywhere with an internet connection. For assistance locating or accessing resources, please do not hesitate to contact us at


The Learning Resources Center offers a diverse collection that includes books/e-books, academic journals, periodicals, reports, and e-journals. Currently, students have access to hundreds of databases and over 500,000 electronic books through LIRN, Open Library, and EBSCOhost. The contents of our library’s physical resources (such as books, textbooks, and periodicals) are available through Library World, the library’s Integrated Library System OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog). Electronic periodicals (including articles, videos, and audio files) are accessible through The Wall Street Journal. Login credentials for these services are available in the library (onsite), through the Library Learning Resource Guide, or by contacting the librarian. The study area is equipped with three networked computers for research purposes. A photocopier is also available for student use.


Library hours, library staff availability, and additional resources are included below. For login credentials, please refer to this Guide.

Library Hours During Academic Sessions:

  • Monday to Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Sunday: Closed

Library Hours During Session Breaks:

  • Hours will be posted on the library notice board

Library Staff Availability:

  • Office Hours: Monday to Thursday (10:00 AM – 3:00 PM)

  • By appointment


Contact details:


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