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RUSS 499: Russian Senior Seminar: Using the Library

WU Senior Theses in Russian

Encyclopedias and More

Using the Hatfield Library during the Covid 19 Pandemic

Reference / Getting Research Help:

  • Reference interactions will be virtual this semester. We will use chat and Zoom for most of these interactions.
     
  • If you don’t have a device with Zoom with you, we have workstations set up in the library that you can use.

Circulation / Checking Out Books, DVDs, etc.:

  • All items removed from the shelves, returned, or ordered via ILL or Summit will be quarantined for 72 hours before being available.
     
  • Contactless check out will remain available for those that request it in the front vestibule. You may access the vestibule with your valid ID 24 hours/day.

Building Policies for Fall Semester 2020:

  • The maximum occupancy of the Hatfield Library is 100 people.
  • Access is restricted to current students, faculty, and staff.
  • Bring your ID card.  A card swipe is required for access.
  • Water fountains have been shut down until further notice.
  • Closed container beverages are permitted.
  • Eating is not allowed.
  • Masks are required.
  • Seating is marked to encourage 6 feet of social distancing.


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Reference Books

Below are key reference books that provide a general overview of a topic or help identify synonyms, related terms, or basic data. These sources often include references and lists of further readings.

Humanities and Fine Arts Librarian

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Doreen Simonsen
Contact:
Mark O. Hatfield Library
900 State Street
Salem, OR 97301
503-375-5343