Blackwell Library
Holloway Hall

About Us

From the Dean...

Salisbury University's Blackwell Library has four major goals:

-to serve students;
-to acquire scholarly resources;
-to teach their effective use; and
-to serve as a focal point of learning,
scholarship, interaction and invention
among students, faculty and staff.


Dr. Beatriz Hardy
, Dean of Libraries & Instructional Resources

Serving Students   Scholarly Resources
Library Use  


thomson reuters

  • Library use rises 81% since 2001. 
  • 371,237 users entered the building in 2011, compared to 270,153 in 2005.

Library Instruction Increases 217% since 2005



The library is more than the sum of its resources. It is a place to study, view art, refine the art of research, collaborate, borrow a laptop, use technology meaningfully, get online research assistance, create a display, work on a project, get a book to read, and meet friends. Outside of the classroom, it is Salisbury University's academic commons: a center for learning, discovery and interaction.

The library supports each student (freshman through graduate, commuter and resident) and every academic program.  Librarians are research advisers in online classes and in living/learning communities, academic advisers, contributors to faculty research, and central to academic initiatives: diversity, freshman seminars, learning goals, and undergraduate research.

A gift to the library is a gift to the entire University, to every student, and to all
academic programs.
 

More about Blackwell Library
Hours & Events
 
What's happening at the library

Campus Map
 Where to go, what to see
Library Staff Directory
 Find a staff member
Departmental & Library Liaisons
 Subject liaisons by department
Liaison Duties
 What the liaisons can do for you
History of Blackwell
 by Kathryn Kalmanson
New Library Planning
 
Submit your requests
The Enlightener Newsletter
 
Blackwell's newsletter
Code of Conduct
New Student Reader Fall 2009

 

Follow this link to see Blackwell Library's Interactive Maps and more information.

 

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