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Please Note the Updated Timeline:
A message from
Wintzen Library & Learning Resource Center
Not once, but twice.
Perhaps you have heard the rumors. Perhaps you have heard the rumors propagated directly by me. I’m writing to tell you it’s all true: the Wintzen Library will soon be moving. Then, later this year, it will move again.
It may seem inconvenient to move a library even once, but twice? That’s crazy, right? Why are we doing this to ourselves? Are we crazy?
Yes, we are. But that doesn’t come into play here. We’re moving first into the South Wing (into what is currently Art Studio 1) in order to get out of the way of impending Main Building construction. Then we’re moving again, once said construction is done, in order to occupy a brand new Library & Learning Resource Center in the Main Building.
So while it is inconvenient, it’s inconvenient for a really, really good reason. The new Library & Learning Resource Center is going to be (very nice).
Here is the timeline:
Monday, May 2nd – Sunday, May 8th: The Library will be closed.
Monday, May 9th: The Library will open in its new, temporary location of Room 100A in the South Building (what is currently Art Studio 1).
Sometime early November 2016: The Library will move into its new space in the Main Building.
As you can see, we will have to close the physical library for about a week in order to move and unpack. I hate having to do this. I love how many of you have been regular users of the library since I first started here in February, and it pains me to have to boot you out for a week. If we could complete this move any faster, we would.
However, while we’re physically closed, we’ll still be available to assist you via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. And our electronic collection of over 130,000 e-books (via ebrary) and countless articles and additional e-books (via LIRN) will also still be available. When was the last time you accessed those excellent resources? They’re pretty great.
I know all of this information may be confusing, so if you have any questions or concerns about the move, please call, email, or stop by the library.
Thanks for reading,