This FAQ/Timeline is intended to help PNCA-based students, faculty, and staff access the library and information resources that are available to the broader Willamette community.
Staff members of the Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) and Mark O. Hatfield (MOHL) libraries are working together to create an Integrated University Library system and integrated services. We hope to use this guide to keep you updated on how to best access our resources. Our primary goals are to ensure all students, faculty, and staff have access to the same electronic resources, discover those resources via the same interfaces (Catalog, Discovery System, Database Lists), and have a uniform level of service provided by librarians and staff as soon as possible. We have been working toward those goals for a number of months, but are also subject to some outside dependencies as our Human Resources and Information Technology departments work to consolidate information.
In general, we will be integrating PNCA based users into the current WU Library Catalog/Library Accounts and providing access to WU and PNCA-based electronic resources via WU's existing tools. This will occur when data feeds of PNCA-based users are available to the University Libraries via HR and Willamette Information Technology Services (WITS).
As a member of the Willamette University community you should feel free to contact either library:
MOHL Circulation Desk:
PNCA-based users are not yet available in Willamette HR and IT feeds
PNCA based users ARE available in Willamette HR and IT feeds
The library has a number of policies to ensure and protect the reputation of the institution - best realized through the adoption of clearly written library policies. Written policies provide consistency for students, staff, faculty and community members, help to resolve misunderstandings, reduce incidents of conflict and help to protect from litigation.
|Children in the Library||Unaffiliated Users|
|Collection Development Policy||Use of Library Classroom|
|Intellectual Freedom Statement||Use of Study Rooms|
|Standards of Conduct||Visiting High School Groups|