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Effective Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 8pm, administrative and academic offices will operate virtually. Limited essential personnel will work on site to support remote learning, technology and provide necessary security and maintenance. Online instruction will continue remotely on Monday, March 23, 2020 until the end of the spring semester.
In accordance with the mission of Long Island University and LIU Post, the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library supports and expands the educational and research capabilities of LIU Post, providing the highest level of instruction, services, resources, and facilities. As the intellectual center of the campus, the Library prepares LIU Post students for academic success, for lifelong learning, and for being responsible global citizens.
The Library strives to:
Ensure that every LIU Post student achieves information literacy, developing the research skills to find information and the judgment to evaluate and utilize it effectively
Provide students with instructional experiences of the highest quality, whether in individual, group, classroom, or virtual environments
Continuously assess and improve the Library's technology, infrastructure, and informational resources as a vital and dynamic part of the learning programs of the Campus
Provide convenient and effective access to information
Promote interaction and collaboration with campus departments and with university libraries
Recruit, encourage, and develop an innovative and qualified staff who shares its expertise with the LIU Post community
Maintain a safe, healthful, and comfortable physical environment conducive to the pursuit of knowledge and the exchange of ideas