SML COVID-19 Update: Building closing on November 20, services available remotely

Access to the Scott Memorial Library building is unavailable as of Friday, November 20, until further notice.

Following Thomas Jefferson University’s latest response to COVID-19, the Scott Memorial Library is taking measures to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and faculty, while continuing to provide support to our patrons. While access to the library space is unavailable as of Friday, November 20, our resources, support, and services are still available remotely.

Chat with a Librarian
Virtual librarian consultations can be scheduled and held online via Zoom. Request a consultation.

For quick questions, contact us via Live Chat on our homepage or email us at AskaLibrarian@jefferson.edu.

Remote Access to Resources
Access digital resources like databases, e-Books, and journals from our website. Check out our step-by-step guide, which walks you through the options for accessing full-text journal articles and e-books remotely.

InterLibrary LoanRequests
Our InterLibrary Loan services are limited at this time, but if you order a book or article, we will try our best to fulfill your requests.

Book & Book Chapter Requests: If we are able to locate an electronic copy of the requested book, we will deliver it to you electronically (via ILLiad). If we are unable to locate an electronic copy of the book, we will not be able to mail you a physical copy at this time.

Journal Article Requests: If we are able to access the requested article from another library, we will deliver it to you electronically (via iLLIad).

Email ill@jefferson.edu with questions.

Returning Materials & Due Dates
Once the library reopens, you can return any borrowed materials without penalty. Email us at SML-CIRC@jefferson.edu with questions about returning materials.

For the most up-to-date information about the library’s services and resources, visit our website and follow us on Twitter. If you have any questions, contact us at AskaLibrarian@jefferson.edu.