Library And Resources
Welcome to the Washington University of Science and Technology Learning Resources Center. This Library Users Guide provides information on using the Library’s resources, both physical and electronic help you to maximize your success in finding what you need in the library’s collections. The library offers many resources that will benefit you in your course studies. The majority of the library’s resources are electronic available through any connection to the Internet. If you have any difficulty locating resources and items, please do not hesitate to contact us. We can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Learning Resources Center’s Library contains books, academic journals, newspapers, reports, e-journals, through LIRN. Currently, students have access to 66 databases and over 170,000 electronic books through LIRN. Additionally, many electronic reports are also accessible through the Library’s Integrated Library System OPAC (online public access catalog). In the study area of the library, there are two networked computers, for research and word processing. A photocopier is provided for students, which can be used for photocopying.
The Library has produced three guides to assist users in using the Library’s collections for research. The three guides are:
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am – 6:00pm
During Session Breaks:
Library hours for during session breaks will be posted on the library notice board.
Library Staff Hours
Hours: By Appointment
Phone: (703) 941-2020
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