Jessie Ball duPont Library
The Library is a component of the University’s Information Technology Services division. The primary mission of the Library is to provide the members of the academic community with access to resources that support the current and anticipated instructional, research, and service programs of the University of the South. It is the Library’s mission to provide instruction in the effective use of these resources, and to promote critical thinking and life-long learning, so that the Library is central to the educational mission of the University. The Library also contributes to the culture and informational resources of the surrounding community and serves as a Federal Government Depository.
Books & Articles
The University Library maintains an extensive range of electronic resources that continues to grow and may searched utilizing various criteria.
Additionally, the Library is examining prospects for development of more dynamic and visually engaging search tools¹ in a continuing effort to make the increasingly rich and complex array of online resources more easily utilized by the Library's patrons. Announcements will follow.
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The Interlibrary Loan Service at the University of the South provides access to materials not held by duPont Library but which are held by other libraries in the United States. Materials requested should be for class use and individual research. While some recreational materials are accepted, users are encouraged to use public library facilities for such materials.
ILLiad is duPont library's web-based Interlibrary Loan (ILL) management system. Users are able to track the progress of all their ILL requests. Access to all requests made by the user via Illiad is possible once the user has registered with the system, and the entire history of any request is retained. Further information on the use of ILLiad follows under various headings on the main ILLia ILLiad page.
Archives and Special Collections
Location:Kappa Sigma House, next door to duPont Library and the third floor of the Library
Staff:Annie Armour, John Tilford
Hours: Monday through Friday, 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Closings: Closed on weekends, most holidays, and Christmas Break
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