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New This Semester: Reservable Study Rooms
Library group study rooms are now reservable by WSU and EWU affiliated users. The Library has six group study rooms available for use on the third floor, and students will now be able to reserve the rooms up to 14 days in advance for blocks of time up to 2 hours long. Rooms that are not reserved will continue to be available for walk-in use, but reservations will take priority. Learn how to make a reservation:
Library Open to the Public Weekdays with 24/7 Student Access
The library is now open to the public 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, with 24/7 access to the library now available to Spokane-based WSU and EWU students currently enrolled on the WSU-Spokane campus with active ID cards.
Please note that Spokane-based EWU students only have after-hours access if they are currently enrolled in a class on the Health Sciences Campus (which does not include the Catalyst Building), and do not have 24/7 Library access if all classes are held in the Catalyst building. Catalyst students are encouraged to visit the EWU Spokane website to review Catalyst building hours and study accommodations.
Back by Popular Demand: Treadmill Workstation
A new and much-requested slow-speed treadmill workstation, funded by student S&A fees, has been installed near the elevator on the upper floor of the library.
20-Minute Training Videos
The Spokane Academic Library held a series of online 20-Minute Trainings on topics to improve your research skills. Topics covered include copyright, database alerts, the WSU Research Exchange, Browzine, Zotero, advanced PubMed, interdisciplinary databases, and others. Each 20-Minute Training has been recorded made available for viewing on the SAL Workshops website. Each recording includes a table of contents that allows you to jump to the help you need quickly. You can find the recordings here: http://libguides.libraries.wsu.edu /salworkshops/recordings.