The Engineering Library, Carpenter Hall, Cornell University, transitioned to a virtual library with enhanced e-book and e-journal resources on July 1, 2011. Any print books circulating in the last 5 years were retained in a central campus library(20,000 to Uris, 3,000 to the Math, and 1,500 to Mann); the rest were moved to the Library Annex. Course reserves are served primarily from Uris Library.
Carpenter Hall remains open 24/7 with a Cornell ID card. It has over 100 computers, study space, and group study rooms.
Below are documents with further details. We welcome your questions at email@example.com.
- Where are the print books? (PDF)
- Engineering Library Transitions to Virtual Library (University Librarian, July 5, 2011)
- Engineering Library's Electronic Access to be Emphasized as Physical Collection Moves (Cornell Chronicle, June 19, 2010)
- Re-envisioning the Engineering Library (2009 - with background material, committee reports, Dean and Engineering Library director communications)
- Provost's 6 Directives to the Library, 2009
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