COVID-19 Library Update (May 24, 2022): The University has reinstated its masking requirement for all indoor spaces. Regardless of vaccination status, visitors must wear face masks at all times while indoors. All visitors are also required to complete the daily health screening before coming to campus, per UD health protocols.
In-person operations of Morris Library, the galleries of Special Collections and Museums, and the branch libraries have been suspended until further notice. Please check our hours or call 302-831-2965 for current information. Library staff is available virtually to help as the UD community transitions into online courses through access to digital content and collaboration.
In addition, the following events and workshops have been cancelled:
Spring International Film Series: Black ’47 on March 15
Getting Started with Text Mining on March 17
Save Time with RefWorks for the Sciences on March 18
“Curse That Cursive!” Reading 19th-century Handwriting in Historic Documents on March 18
Friends of the University of Delaware Library Annual Dinner on March 24
Introduction to 3D Modeling with Blender on March 25
Locating Grants for Nonprofit Organizations on March 31
Library Carpentry: Cleaning Date with OpenRefine on April 3
Top Frauds and Scams Targeting Delaware Consumers, part of the Money Smart Week series, on April 6
Visualize Connections with Network Analysis on April 6
Managing Money – Creating Wealth Over a Lifetime, part of the Money Smart Week series, on April 7
Getting Hyped for the Game: Teen Beliefs About Sports and Energy Drinks, part of the Scholar in the Library series, on April 8
Social Security 101: Planning for Retirement and More, part of the Money Smart Week series, on April 8
Research Poster Design and Presentation on April 8
Literature Reviews for the Sciences: A Systematic Approach on April 9
Adobe Illustrator for Beginners on April 9
Spring International Film Series: Aga on April 12
After Effects: Create Animated GIFs on April 13
Literature Reviews for the Sciences: A Systematic Approach on April 15
Research Funding Online on April 16
Spring International Film Series: By the Grace of God on April 19
Moving Toward the Vote: British Women and Activism, 1850-1920 on April 22
Getting Started with Data Visualization in Tableau on April 23
Spring International Film Series: Corpus Christi on April 26
Building Digital Collections: Practical Considerations on April 27
Creating a Personal Website on GitHub on April 29
Spring International Film Series: Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles on May 3
Conspiracy Theories: Who Believes and Why It Matters, part of the Scholar in the Library series, on May 13
The “Preparing for Work in Digital Public Humanities” speaker series events on March 20 and April 7 have been postponed indefinitely. Please stay tuned for more information.
We will continue to update this list with any changes to our hours of operation and additional event changes.