Morris Library is open with new hours, required seat reservations and an easy-access pickup service for physical materials. UD ONECard holders other than students, faculty and staff are limited to the library pickup service only.
Individuals must complete the daily health check and will be asked to show proof that they have been cleared to access campus facilities on the date of entry. Adherence to UD Health protocols, including wearing cloth face coverings and social distancing, is required — please follow signage at the entrance. Those who fail to comply with these policies will be asked to leave.
Printers and copiers are not available in the Library; please go to Smith Hall or Townsend Hall Commons to release print jobs.
Every artwork tells a story. Some stories we know by heart, while others introduce us to something we may not have heard before. The 20th- and 21st-century Inuit and Yup’ik drawings, sculptures, baskets, carvings and handmade dolls in the permanent ...Read More
Finding a study environment that works for you can improve your focus and make you more productive. Some people prefer ambient sound while others prize total silence. Some want to be in a communal area and others crave solitude. Do ...Read More
The books that shape us tend to be those that introduce us to different worlds, cultures and perspectives. They allow us to experience realities unlike our own so that we can better understand the world around us. But even within ...Read More
In 1968, tensions ran high across the nation. Anti-war sentiments and demonstrations against the Vietnam War grew, and an already fraught civil rights movement escalated with the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. It was a tumultuous year for America, ...Read More
It was just a few years ago when students in journalism courses used the Student Multimedia Design Center studios to record mock newscasts, complete with giant video cameras and a newsdesk. Now, students in those same classes borrow specialized phone ...Read More
The Reading Room is a designated quiet area within Morris Library. It is a place for concentration and contemplation. This fall semester, it is also home to “Shhhhhhhhh,” the appropriately titled collection of paintings from alumni artist Nick King. “So ...Read More