Dixie State University
LIBRARY & LEARNING SERVICES
Library & Learning Services Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Help With Internet Access and Educational Support Resources
Various internet access providers are providing reduced cost or expanded internet access or waiving fees in response to the Coronavirus.
Please see their webpages for details:
EDUCAUSE has provided a list of of corporations and service providers who are offering special discounts on technology, open educational resources, or support for higher education institutions transitioning to remote work and online learning during the COVID-19 outbreak here.
In addition, the library now has a limited number of laptops available for checkout at the circulation desk.
The DSU Library and Learning Services are operating at reduced hours:
|Saturday & Sunday ||CLOSED|
Please use the level 2 entrance. Only floors 1 & 2 will be open at the HCC and we will be open ONLY to DSU students, faculty, and staff so be prepared to show your ID at the door.
A message from the Dean
Dear DSU Library & Learning Services users,
Library and Learning Services at Dixie State University is working closely with campus partners to provide learning support as we all work together to ensure the safety of the campus community in response to the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
For current information on the Dixie State University COVID-19 Emergency Response Plan please see https://wellness.dixie.edu/coronavirus-information/
During this situation, the Library and IT are implementing and encouraging social distancing measures. The CDC defines social distancing as “remaining out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings, and maintaining distance (approximately 6 ft or 2 meters) from others when possible.”
Current hours for the Holland Centennial Commons are available at: https://library.dixie.edu/info/hours.html
We are encouraging students to take advantage of our wide variety of electronic resources and services. We have over 73,000 journals available online to help you with your papers and research. A good place to begin your research is https://library.dixie.edu/er/general_databases.html or through our research guides by subject. Need an article and we don’t have it full-text? We can get it for you and have it delivered to you electronically. Request online through our interlibrary loan service. We also have over 190,000 electronic full-text books. To access all of these resources from home, just use your normal Dixie ID and password.
Getting help for remote learning classes:
Meeting with a tutor from the Writing Center or Academic Performance Center online is fast and easy:
Academic Performance Center Online Tutoring
Writing Center Online Tutoring
Librarians can help you with any of your research needs (including navigating our electronic resources). See this helpful video for an overview of all the library services available.
Ask a librarian: Choose tab on library homepage (on the right of the page).
Make an appointment: Get one on one help from a librarian
You may have seen our slogan “We’ve Got You” around campus. Now, more than ever that is and will continue to be true.