Note: Reynolds Libraries is operating completely online and the campus libraries are closed until further notice. Please continue to check the college’s website on the COVID-19 changes: http://www.reynolds.edu/campus_life/health/health.aspx.
Reynolds Libraries recognizes the challenges posed by these closures, but we are hopeful that you will still be able to effectively engage with not only our digital library resources, but our qualified and helpful staff. See all of the helpful ways you can contact us below:
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Click button below to start a chat with a librarian now!
|24/7||Instantly||Ask a Librarian is staffed not only by VCCS librarians but also US librarians. It's ideal for research help, making citations, search strategies, and a lot more|
|Call 804-523-5211||8:30-6:00 Monday - Thursday, 8:30-5:00pm Friday.||Instantly||Speak directly to a Reynolds Library Staff member for immediate assistance|
|Fill out the Library Assistance Request form||24/7||You'll hear from us within 24 hours Monday through Friday||Schedule a personalized session with a Reynolds Librarian at your convenience|
|Email firstname.lastname@example.org||24/7||You'll hear from us within 24 hours Monday through Friday||Email us your library questions|
A book drop box is now placed next to the entrance to LTC building at Parham Campus. The book drop is for book and DVD returns only. Due dates for books and DVDs during this period will be extended until at least August 24th (subject to be extended further). Fines will not accrue until after this time.
We are currently not lending any physical materials such as books or DVDs. We can process ILL requests for electronic resources ONLY. Visit the ILL request form if you need to submit an electronic resource request. Did you know that you can access over 200,000 ebooks from off campus? Visit this guide for information about accessing the various ebook databases available to you.
All library instruction sessions are offered online via Zoom.
Faculty members are encouraged to request embedded tutors or librarians in Canvas.
Check out our Online Learning page to learn more about the library services and resources that support teaching and learning during this challenging period!