This week, the Robert S. Marx Law Library invites all College of Law community members to find the library at their place by visiting the Law Library’s website to access virtual services and resources. While the library’s physical spaces may be temporarily closed due to COVID-19, you can discover ebooks, legal databases, study aids, research guides, videos, and much more—all from home!
In times of crisis, libraries respond to their community’s needs in innovative and inspiring ways. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, libraries of all types are continuing to make a difference in people’s lives by providing electronic learning resources, including research help, research instruction, legal databases, and remote teaching and learning help, as well as information about keeping your family well and safe.
April 19-25, 2020 is National Library Week, a time to highlight the valuable role libraries, librarians and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening communities. This National Library Week, the public can show their appreciation and support for libraries by visiting their library’s website, following them on social media and using the hashtag #NationalLibraryWeek.
The original theme for National Library Week, “Find your place at the library,” was chosen months ago before the emergence of a global pandemic would force libraries to close their buildings. In response to our rapidly-changing times, the theme was revised to “Find the library at your place” to bring attention to how libraries are open for business online, offering the electronic services and digital content their communities need now more than ever.
First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries of all types across the country each April.
For more information, visit the Law Library’s website!