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Services Available During the Lied Library Extended Winter Closure

By BTL on November 29, 2013 11:15 AM | Permalink

Lied Library will be closed from December 18 through January 20. During this extended winter closure, the first floor will be resurfaced to ensure the safety of UNLV and community visitors.

It is the goal of the University Libraries to minimize the impact that this closure may have on your research and teaching. Your liaison librarian is available to meet with you by appointment in your office or at one of our branch libraries. More information about the Lied Library extended winter closure is available at

This project is a key component of the Lied Public Space Enhancement Project, which was initiated to address the wear and tear of Lied Library, now in its 13th year of service. It will also involve the reconfiguration of spaces to meet the demands of a growing student body and its evolving needs for new and emerging information technology.

UNLV Libraries faculty and staff have worked diligently to ensure that the UNLV community on and off campus continue to have access to most services and privileges during this time, including:

• Obtaining materials
• Returns
• Research assistance
• Payment of fines and fees online and at the branch libraries
• Photocopiers at the branch libraries
• Interlibrary Loan, Link+, DesktopExpress
• New UNLV University Libraries accounts
• Study spaces and computing

You may access many of these services through a staffed information desk that will be located on the first floor, inside the Book and Bean coffee shop (adjacent to Lied Library), or you may visit one of Libraries’ branches: Architecture Studies Library, Curriculum Materials Library, or the Music Library. The extended study area adjacent to the Book and Bean coffee shop will also be available for quiet study during information desk hours.

We thank you for your patience during this time.


If you have any concerns, please contact your liaison librarian or Project Coordinator, Jason Aubin at