Spring Semester FAQs

What are the libary hours?

Monday-Thursday

8:00-8:00

Friday

8:00-4:30

Saturday

10:00-4:30

Sunday

Closed

 

Where do I schedule a space reservation?

Library Space Reservations

There is also a kiosk on the first floor of the library for drop-in reservations, if space is available.

 

How long can I reserve/use a computer for?

Appointments for spaces can be reserved for a minimum of 1 hour and a maximum of 2 hours in a single booking. Each student is able to make up to two appointments in a single day.

 

How far in advance can I make an appointment?

You can make an appointment two weeks in advance.

 

Where can I reserve a space to meet with my virtual class through December?

There are reservations for spaces available at Elizabeth Hall, Lindquist Hall, and the Wattis Business Building available through December.

 

Can I reserve a study room?

Our study rooms are not available at this time. Our reservable study spaces are a table and chair out on the floor, positioned at a distance from other study areas to promote social distancing, or computer stations.

 

Proctorio Testing

Private rooms are available for Proctorio testing by request. Please contact Circulation desk in Stewart Library: (801) 626-6545 or libcircstaff@weber.edu to schedule a room to take a test.

 

How do I reserve time to take a test in the Testing Center?

You do not need a reservation to take a test in the Testing Center. However, there are a limited number of testing stations. If the testing center is currently full, please do not wait in the building. Either wait outside or come back later. We are trying to minimize the amount of queuing in the building.

 

I have a class in the library. Can I enter the library without and appointment?

Yes, you can enter the buidling and just let the service desk staff know that you are heading to class. Please exit the building at the end of class.

 

I need to print. Where do I go?

Schedule a computer space in the library. Walk-in at the Tracy Hall Computer Lab.

 

Where can I walk in for computer use?

Tracy Hall

 

Where can I use a copier?

Shepherd Union Building

 

Are scanners available?

Document scanning (ADF and/or bed) is available in the Stewart Library

 

Where is IT support?

Lampros Hall

 

I'm having wifi/login issues

If you are having issues with logins or software, contact the IT Support desk on the first floor of Lampros Hall or call (801) 626-7777.

 

How do I checkout a laptop?

Laptop and other equipment checkout is done through curbside checkouts. Fill out the online request form. When your request is ready for pickup, you will be emailed to schedule a pickup.

 

Can I check out a Macbook computer?

The library only has Chromebooks and non-Macbook laptops (Dell, Lenovo). Macbooks may be available to borrow through campus computer labs.

 

How do I checkout books/media?

Book and media checkout is done through curbside checkouts. Fill out this request form and select the type of material you are requesting. From there, continue filling out the form to choose a time and method of scheduling a pickup.

 

Can I checkout a book on Reserve?

No print material from Reserve will be circulating this semester. Material will still be available in the form of scanned chapters, when copyright permits. Submit a request through Interlibrary Loan.

For any exceptions and accomodations, email ereserve@weber.edu.

 

Can I borrow a phone charger?

We have a charging station you can use on the first floor for about 15 minutes.

 

Can I check out a Red-Dot video?

Red dot videos are DVDs and VHS tapes that do not circulate outside the building because they are frequently used by faculty in class.

Faculty will still have the option to check out these videos, but they must undergo a 24-hour quarantine between uses. To schedule the delivery of these videos, have them contact Misty Allen.

If a student requests these videos, have them contact Misty Allen to determine the possibility of an extended checkout through curbside pickup.

 

Can I check out an anatomical model?

Anatomical models will not be available this semester due to sanitation concerns. If you need a tool to study anatomy, check the database called Anatomy TV. This can be found on the library website using the A-Z list of databases.