News and Events

News

HoverCam set up over book with text on one page

October 19, 2020

The new HoverCam allows staff to take photos and videos of materials that can be shared in remote classes or research consultations. The camera enables the speaker in a Zoom video to show their face in one window while the camera can display materials in another window.

Lockers in Usdan

October 5, 2020

Users can now request to pick up Brandeis or ILL materials at the lockers, which are located on level 2 of the Usdan Student Center, near DCL.

Statue in front of Goldfarb

August 20, 2020

Interlibrary Loan has resumed lending and borrowing for physical materials as of Thursday, Aug. 20.

Shelf of thick books

August 20, 2020

As part of Brandeis Library’s ongoing efforts to improve user experience, we have renamed the Document Delivery service to “Scan on Demand” to make it easier to understand how this service can support your research, teaching, and learning.

Events

October 25 - November 20
Farber 1 Book Display: "Eat, Sleep, Move!"
9 AM - November 20 5 PM
October 25 - November 20
Self-Care Soundtrack
9 AM
November 7 - November 8
Codestellation
9 AM
March 20 - March 21
Deis Hacks

Annual Report

Farber exterior with fall foliage
The 2019-20 annual report covers the shift to remote services, loan and consultation data, event highlights, space updates, staff achievements, new collections, and more!
Previous Annual Reports

Newsletters

The Library sends liaison newsletters to faculty about once a month during the academic year. If you are a faculty member and have questions about this newsletter, please reach out to your liaison.

First-year and transfer students will receive monthly student newsletters from their personal librarian in their first year at Brandeis. Have a question about services or resources? Feel free to email your personal librarian.

The Library also offers an opt-in newsletter with monthly updates about upcoming events, featured workshops, new collections, and more! This newsletter is aimed at student audiences, but it is open to anyone. Sign up at bit.ly/BrandeisLibraryNewsletter.