Remote Resources FAQ
Support for Teaching
For the time being, the University Archives & Special Collections Reading Room will be closed to in-person researchers. We would be happy to help you remotely; please email email@example.com with any questions. You may experience delays with regard to your reference requests. We appreciate your patience during this time period and look forward to working with you.
The MakerLab, Automation Lab, and Digital Scholarship Lab are physically closed, but virtual consultations are available. We are not loaning any equipment or handing out 3D Prints or Lasercuts.
Our facilities are currently closed, but students and faculty can temporarily install much of our multimedia software on their personal computers through Adobe Creative Cloud. Additionally, we can provide limited remote access to project files stored on our EditShare server. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Remote consultations and instructional sessions on certain topics (via Zoom) are possible. We can also recommend specific online tutorials via LinkedIn Learning so that students can continue learning about media production.
The Writing Center will hold all consultations for the remainder of Spring 2020 online. There are two consultation formats to choose from:
If you are local, you can return materials in-person through the book drop at the Usdan facing entrance of the Goldfarb Library. We ask that you do not return equipment through the book drop. If you need to return equipment, please reach out to us at email@example.com. You can also ship materials back to the Library at the address below.
Information & Borrowing
Brandeis Library, MS 045
415 South Street
Waltham MA 02453-2728
Yes! Our research help librarians are still working and will be happy to speak with you.
We are currently planning to digitize course materials during the following time periods in advance of each semester.