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Library Support for Remote Teaching & Learning During COVID-19 Crisis

Library Services During COVID-19


During COVID-19 crisis, the library will continue to support students and faculty as they shift to remote instruction. Throughout this period the library will expand its remote services. Please keep checking this page for updates.

Remote access to resources

Discovery  and Library resources are accessible from off campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Read more 

For faculty: Please make sure you are using the Proxied URLs for linking directly to library resources remotely or via Blackboard. Read more 

Accessing information from online resources not available remotely

Library staff will conduct searches of online resources not accessible remotely upon request. The results will be forwarded to you via email.

Below you may find a list of the resources that do not allow off-campus access.

  • Clarksons Shipping Intelligence Network
  • Datastream (Thomson Reuters)
  • Data.Prisma
  • Literary Encyclopedia  
  • New York Times 

To conduct your search on your behalf, call us at (0030) 210 600 9800 ext. 1348 or email us.

Document delivery services

The library will continue to offer document delivery services as usual. However, please note that your request may take longer than usual to deliver as many libraries around the world are either closed or work with limited staff.

For faculty: In regard to books, please make arrangements with the library staff before you pick them up.

Loans and renewals

All loans have been extended to May 21, 2020. If you receive an overdue notification, please ignore it.

Electronic delivery of book chapters and excerpts from print books and print journals.

Any material from print books and journals will be scanned and forwarded to you upon request.

If you have such a request, please email us with the details of the resource including the section and/or the pages of the excerpt so we can proceed with the scanning.

For faculty: To request scanned chapters from print books to be uploaded on Blackboard, please email us with the details of the source. 

Consultations & personalized assistance

Remote consultations and personalized assistance are available via phone or Skype.

To request a remote consultation or to arrange a Skype session, please call us at (0030) 210 600 9800 ext. 1348 or email us.