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Library Resources in the Time of COVID-19

Use this guide to learn how to access library resources online and get virtual support with your research during the COVID-19 pandemic closure.

Support at the William H. Hannon Library during COVID-19

Access to the William H. Hannon Library building is currently restricted, but the library's services and collection are still online. In fact, the library has been online since the 1990s and many of our collections and services are accessible from anywhere in the world using your MyLMU login credentials. 

We will do everything we can to support your research needs remotely. Librarians will be available to answer questions through our online chat service. You can also request an appointment via Zoom with a librarian. We can assist you in using our online catalog, searching ebooks, using digital collections, or accessing any of our hundreds of databases. This guide was built to help you quickly find online resources that are available to you remotely.

Students may reserve study space for quiet, solo study. The library is now open to LMU students to reserve a spot in the library to study independently. Seats will be assigned randomly. Starting April 12, study rooms will also be available for individual study. Learn more about study spaces here.

Check out our Twitter feed for the most recent updates or changes to our services. As information can quickly change, please continue to check back every few days for the latest updates. 

Please stay safe and stay healthy. As always, if you have any questions, ask a librarian.