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Veterinary Medicine/Veterinary Science: Library Services

Places to Study

The library in Wegner Hall Rm. 170 has seating for 80 students in comfortable group and quiet study areas, 17 library computers, 2 Huddle Stations, 3 CVM computers, CVM course reserve books, a current journals reading area, and knowledgeable and friendly assistants.

  • Quiet Study Areas: The carrels along the walls in the journal and book stacks are designated as quiet study areas.
  • Small Group Study Areas: Large tables and white boards are in the computer area and the area across from the Circulation Desk.

There is one small group study room with a whiteboard, CVM computer and Huddle Station available for student use. Signup sheet is posted on the door, with preference given to those with CVM affiliation. Sign up in person or call 5-9556 for same day reservations.

Food and drink are allowed in all areas of the Animal Health Library.

Copying, Printing, Scanning, Computer Access and More

  • Photocopying and Printing:  There is one photocopier/printer. with payment via Cougar Copies. All public computer terminals are connected to it. An alternative to printing and copying is scanning.
  • Scanning:  As a printing/copying alternative, scan articles and papers to your CVM drive (must use the CVM Creativity Station computer), download to a thumb drive, or send to your email. All scanning computers are equipped with Adobe Acrobat Pro to combine pdf pages into one document.
  • Creativity Stations: The 2 Creativity Work Stations are in the current journals area. These are computers with MS Office, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, open-source graphics software, scanners, CD-burners, and other tools.
  • Access to the CVM Network from the Animal Health Library (3): one is the end workstation in the Creativity Station area, one is in the public computer area (by the windows), and one is in the Group Study Room.
  • Headphones may be checked out from the circulation desk.
  • Wireless access: Available from most areas of the Animal Health Library.
  • Huddle Stations (2) allow for group work with laptop connections to large screen.

Office Delivery for Faculty and Graduate Students

Office delivery is available for faculty and graduate students. If a book is too large to fit in a WSU interdepartmental mailing, office delivery is not possible. Check the Description field in the cataloging record for size information, e.g. # of pages, cm (length). If in question, select delivery to your nearest library, e.g. AHL, for pickup.

CVM professional students can have interlibrary loan print books sent to the AHL for pick-up.

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