Phone: (607) 735-1862
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (A librarian will reply within one business day when classes are in session.)
If you're having trouble finding material for a research project, you can schedule a research consultation. Contact Martha Smith, Instruction and Outreach Librarian, at (607) 735-1866 or at email@example.com to make an appointment.
The GTL has borrowing agreements with other institutions for items not in our collections.
Before submitting a request, please check Library Search to make sure that the item is not something owned by the Gannett-Tripp Library.
The text of some items may be available electronically through one of our subscription services. Check to see if we have print or electronic access to specific full-text journals, or ask a librarian for assistance.
Those using this service for the first time should review the ILL procedures.
Administrators and staff are welcome to use the computers in the Library. Use EC network user name and password to log in.
There is no public fax machine in the library, but one is available in the Student Life office, or at several locations in downtown Elmira.
|Material Type||Loan Period||Renewal Policy|
|Books||6 weeks||twice for 6 weeks each|
|DVDs||10 days||once for 7 days|
|2-Hour Reserve||2 hours (in-Library use only)||no renewal|
|24-Hour Reserve||24 hours||no renewal|
|Recalled Item||must be returned promptly|
Periodicals do no circulate.
Users will be not be fined for late materials. If the materials are not returned, however, the cost of the materials will be charged to your account. These additional charges will be removed from your bill if the materials are returned. Materials may be recalled for the use of another patron and must be returned promptly.
Please contact Pam Wheeler at (607) 735-1862 with any questions about loan periods or fines.
It is the policy of Elmira College to comply with current copyright laws. Please be responsible when using copyrighted materials in classroom presentations, on course management pages, and in personal research. Contact Marge Kappanadze, Director of the Library, firstname.lastname@example.org, (607) 735-1867, with questions regarding Copyright and Fair Use.