The following are new databases/pages that have been added to this guide, please check them out!
Both the Lewis Library and information Commons Digital Media Labs featuring a wide array of robust workstations, multimedia applications and technical support for working with digital images, audio, and video.
The labs also offer a wide variety of equipment for check-out, including digital cameras, video cameras, iPads, and audio equipment.
See Digital Media Services for more information. Located on the 6th floor of the Lewis Library, Room 605.
There are approximately 10 Group Study Rooms available for students to use. To reserve a room, you can use our online Group Study Reservation System. The Group workstations on the 6th floor have also been added to this reservation system. They are labeled, from north to south, as Group Workstation 1 through 4.
Check out "How to: Writing Center" for a short tutorial on setting up appointments online.
Preparing for your session:
Both the Lewis Library and Information Commons provides best effort to help with technical issues for WiFi:
We wanted to remind you of a few steps you can take to make sure you have continued access to library resources even if you can’t physically be on campus. We’ll be updating this with additional tips and resources, so check back.
The library has 24/7 chat reference service. Ask a Librarian links are available from the library website, catalog, and selected databases.
The Arrupe College Research Guide also has a new COVID-19 Resources Page: https://libguides.luc.edu/arrupe/covid-19
Lewis Library (Water Tower Campus): Main Entrance on the 6th floor, 8th floor is the quiet study floor, & the 9th floor has study rooms that can be reserved through the reservation system. Computers, quiet and group study areas, books, and electronic material for check-out
News from Loyola University Chicago Libraries.
Wall Street Journal: Please CLICK HERE to register for an account before attempting to access this resource The Wall Street Journal is the world's leading business publication with coverage from 1984 to the current year.
New York Times Website : Loyola students, faculty, and staff have unlimited access to NYTimes.com, including archives from 1851 to the present (articles from 1923 to 1980 are limited to five per day per user; unlimited access is available through ProQuest Newstream). First time users need to create an account from this link Create a New Account to gain access. Returning users can log in from the New York Times' website from this link. Users will have to "renew" their account once a year with their same login information.