Update: As of November 18, 2020 reservations are no longer required.
Faculty, students, and staff who are approved to be on campus may access research collections and study spaces in Dartmouth's Baker-Berry Library by entering through Novack Cafe with their current Dartmouth ID. Reservations will no longer be needed to access Baker-Berry Library materials and study spaces. Access to all Library spaces will continue to be monitored by Library staff via privacy-protecting people counters to ensure safe occupancy levels.
The health and safety of the Library staff and the Dartmouth community continues to be paramount. We ask that when coming to the libraries you follow the Dartmouth Together guidelines, including:
- Complete the Temperature Self Assessment before coming to campus
- Wear face coverings while on campus and inside the Library
- Adhere to physical distancing guidelines
- Follow signage and staff directions
- Food is not allowed inside Library
Access to Collections and Study Spaces
Faculty, students, and staff who are approved to be on campus may access research collections and study spaces in Dartmouth's Baker-Berry Library by entering through Novack Cafe with their current Dartmouth ID.
Study space is available in Berry Library, Baker Library Stacks, East Reading Room, Reiss Hall, the 1902 Room, and Novack Cafe.
Certain spaces in Baker-Berry Library will remain closed at this point, including: Orozco Room; Tower Room; and the Sherman Library reading rooms.
Some services and locations require an appointment or offer limited access.
- Book Arts Workshop: by appointment.
- Evans Map Room: by appointment.
- Jones Media Center: Individuals needing equipment loans, DVDs, or use of JMC spaces in support of Dartmouth teaching and research can make arrangements with staff from the JMC.
- Rauner Library: by appointment.
- Sherman Art Special: by appointment
- Biomedical Libraries: Dana Library on-site access for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and Geisel graduate students with current Dartmouth ID. Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library at DHMC on-site access for DHMC ID holders
- Feldberg Library: On-site access to Tuck course reserves, permanent reserves, and current periodicals are at Feldberg at Tuck, located in the Curley Room in Raether Hall (Raether 134). Card access for Tuck faculty, students, and staff only.
All other Dartmouth Library spaces remain closed at this point: Feldberg Business and Engineering spaces; Kresge Physical Sciences Library; Paddock Music Library; and the Sherman Art Library. Materials from these libraries can be paged for collection at the Berry Library circulation desk.
Library staff are here to help you access the resources you need to be successful with your courses, whether in person or remotely.
Library staff are here to help you successfully teach your courses this fall, whether your students are living on- or off-campus.