If you would like to schedule a library instruction session for your summer class, then please e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (386-822-7178) Jason Martin.
The North Side of the duPont-Ball Library has been designated a quiet zone. This side of the library (located between the balconies in the “P” section) is for quiet individual study. Please do not use cell phones or work on group projects on the North Side. Please let us know if you have any questions.
In partnership with the Academic Affairs Committee of the Student Government Association, the library is pleased to announce extended late night hours 30 April through 5 May. The library will be open until 2:00 am each of those evenings. Thank you to SGA and the library staff who made these extra hours possible.
Please see the library’s calendar for all the library’s hours.
The duPont-Ball Library now has 3 iPads, 2 Android (Nexus 10), and 1 Windows tablet available for a seven day loan. For more information please visit this guide.
These are great tools to help you in your study and research.
Interested in 3D printing? Want to know about the many ways this technology can help with your classes? The duPont-Ball is here to help. We have three 3D printers and a 3D scanner. You can use the two MakerBot printers to 3D print from pre-made files, from your own models, or from a scan of your favorite object. The options are endless.
The duPont-Ball Library also owns a UPrint SE Plus 3D printer. The printer offers high-end ABS filament printing with dissolvable rafting/scaffolding. Because of the cost of this machine and the cost of the materials to support it, this printer is restricted to academic print jobs by appointment Monday-Friday beginning at 8:30 am. Print jobs must be completed by 5:00 pm. Other print jobs may be done any time the library is open on the library’s two MakerBot printers which do NOT require reservations.
To reserve a time to use the printer visit this page.
Ask at the Circulation Desk for more information and to use the printers and scanner. These tools are available for student use during the hours the library is open. All 3D printing jobs must be finished 15 minutes before closing time.
Have a question about using the library? Can not find the resources you need to complete your paper? Ask one of our many talented research librarians for help by calling or texting 386-747-9028 with your questions. For more information, visit our Ask-A-Librarian page.