Can the public use Yale library?

Yale Library is open to current Yale students in residence, faculty and staff who are authorized to be on campus. We regret that we cannot extend library access to patrons outside of our immediate community. All fines for overdue, recalled, and lost Yale Library and Interlibrary Loan materials will be waived.

What is my NetID Yale?

Your NetID allows you access to the campus network and its many online systems. All incoming students are automatically assigned a NetID—a username that grants Yale community members access to campus networks and online systems. Activating your NetID is the first step in completing the requirements for new students.

Is the Beinecke Library open to the public?

You are welcome to visit the Beinecke’s public exhibition spaces on the building’s ground and mezzanine levels. All exhibitions are free and open to the public and photography is allowed. While you will be able to view our stacks through the glass tower, please note that they are not open to the public at any time.

Does Yale have a good library?

A great academic library such as Yale’s has several missions. We are stewards for the collections we hold, many of which are unique in the world.

What can you do with the Burwood library?

Explore the world with Burwood Library! Our library team have put together links to digital library resources, so you can visit destinations around the world from the safety and comfort of your home. Give Us Your Best Shot!

Is the Burwood Council customer service centre closed?

The Burwood Council Customer Service Centre, Library and Community Hub are temporarily closed until further notice, in line with NSW Health restrictions and stay-at-home orders. All library loans have been extended until 30 July, 2021.

When is Burwood library face to face program cancelled?

All face-to-face programs at the library scheduled up until 9 July have been postponed or cancelled. Please contact library staff on (02) 9911 9999 or [email protected] with any queries.

Who is Cass Co-ordinator for Burwood Council?

CASS assists newly arrived Chinese-speaking migrants with settlement concerns. On the second Tuesday of every month, from 10.30am – 12.30pm, a local area co-ordinator from SSI will be available at Burwood Library to provide the community with information and assistance on accessing NDIS.