The Infinite Library: Presentation and Training on March 29th

March 20, 2017

Do our 16,000+ books and 40,000+ journals cover everything our patrons need? Certainly not. Thankfully, there is interlibrary loan.

Interlibrary loan is a service whereby a user of one library can borrow books or receive copies of documents that are owned by another library. Through our networks, we are able to supplement our collection to provide our patrons with nearly everything they need: hence the idea of the Infinite Library.

Learn more at our 45-minute hands-on session. The basics of accessing electronic resources, an introduction to interlibrary loan and document delivery, and an overview of related copyright laws will be covered. You will leave this session with tips and tricks for how to better access our online journals and books as well as how to place requests using ILLiad, our online document delivery and interlibrary loan system.

The session is scheduled for March 29th at 2:00pm in the Graff Library (Room G112). Laptops will be provided. Please visit here to register.

For more information, contact Brian Chambers at or ext. 88614.


Library Services Staff Participated in LPDW

March 4, 2016

image of laptop keyboard with "learn" buttonLearning and Personal Development Week (LPDW) took place January 25-29 and the Library Services team supported the culture of learning at City of Hope by being involved in a variety of ways. Library Director Andrea Lynch was involved in the planning phases as a LPDW Advisor and Library Assistant Heather Lanctot volunteered as an Ambassador, helping to increase awareness, promoting staff registration, and hosting and photographing classes and sessions.

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Library Services Offers Classes During LPDW

January 21, 2016


Library Services is offering a variety of classes and sessions during Learning and Personal Development Week. To register for any of the classes listed below, go here. We look forward to seeing you next week!

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