The W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library will be on the move in just a few months.
Starting this coming December, after exams are over, here’s a timeline of what you can expect.
In December 2015, the Kellogg Library will close for the move to Chapter House. During this time, a small service desk will be available in the lobby or the Link.
In January 2016, a brand-new, permanent space, the Kellogg Library Learning Commons will open on the second floor of the Collaborative Health Education Building (CHEB). This exciting new space will be where you will have access to technology, IT assistance, Document Delivery, some quick reference services from library staff and a staffed service desk. The Kellogg Library Learning Commons will also offer many productive study spaces (individual, small group and bookable group study rooms). There will be seating for 300+.
Also in January 2016, the Kellogg Library will move into to Chapter House (5743 University Ave) while renovations take place on the main floor of the Tupper building. At Chapter House, you will have access to the collection and in-depth reference assistance from librarians. There will also be some study spaces where the print collection and some services will be located.
During this time, many reserve readings will be converted into electronic form so that they are accessible anywhere. For those materials that cannot be made accessible electronically a print reserve will most likely be held in the Kellogg Library Learning Commons until the Kellogg Library moves back to the Tupper Building.
In September 2016, the Kellogg Library moves back to the Tupper building, and will then be located on the first floor. The Kellogg will then have two distinct sites: The Kellogg Library (main floor Tupper Building) and the Kellogg Library Learning Commons (2nd floor CHEB).
Staff will be available to answer reference and research questions during all phases of the moves, at both locations.
Want to know more? Check out our Frequently Ask Questions sheet.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact Carol Pottie at email@example.com