Another lockdown but the good news is that… the library remains open for the circulation of documents!
We are open from Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 6 pm.
Don’t hesitate to stop by the library to borrow and/or return books, DVDs and audiobooks. We will be happy to see you!
If you wish to reserve your documents beforehand using our catalog, click here for a quick tutorial about how to search our catalog and how to put materials on hold. If you have any questions, contact us at email@example.com or 02.41.24.97.07.
Please wash your hands on arrival and respect social distancing. Face masks are mandatory. Remember to have your completed attestation if you live beyond a 10 km perimeter but live in the Maine-et-Loire. You will need to tick off number 6 “Achats, établissements culturels ou lieux de culte (au sein de mon département)”.
Stay safe and take good care of yourselves!
Stay tuned for announcements for “Think Big, Think Green”, an exciting project for the library that focuses on creating an awareness for library members and friends about the issues of climate change…providing discussion, talks by environmental specialists and a selection of books to look at 2021 with a green focus. Discussions include how we can make our food consumption more sustainable, healthier and more respectful of the planet Earth. “Think Big, Think Green” is a timely opportunity for the library’s community to engage in discussion about the future!
The English-language Library feels strongly about supporting students during this difficult period and supporting them NOW.
Mentor program – students can sign up to have a mentor. The library’s mentors can help students with immediate needs or building vision for the future by sharing information and skills during meetings. Both mentor and mentee agree to meet over 3 months from the time they are introduced on a weekly basis. To sign up to the library’s mentor program students can fill out the information below by email and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. The library will send the student the program guidelines and start matching them with their mentor.
- What do you expect to get out of the mentoring program?
- What are your current needs/how can your mentor best help you?
- How would you like to meet: in person (according to Covid rules), by Zoom, by Skype, etc.
- When are you available?
- Where are you studying and what year are you in?