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Welcome to Lightner Library
Welcome to the Lightner Library!
We have a variety of resources and services available to students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. Please visit us for all of your research needs!
Lightner Library Video Tour
Watch the video below to get a full tour of Lightner Library and the services available.
How to Get Help
If you have an urgent question, you can chat with us by using the Chat Box in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.
You can also call us. Try the Reference Desk phone first. If you get no answer, try calling us at the Circulation Desk.
Reference Desk: (315) 279-5473
Circulation Desk: (315) 279-5632
You can email all of the librarians by going to or by sending a message to Ask a Librarian . email@example.com Hours
Our hours change throughout the course of the year, depending on when classes are in session on campus. Please check the to see our current hours. Lightner Library Homepage
Our Resources & Services
Circulating (General) Collection
DVD Collection (Instructional)
Reports & Reference
The Reference Desk is staffed by librarians during the semester at the following hours:
Monday - Wednesday 9am-9pm
Thursday - Friday 9am-5pm
We help you find any information you need.
We help you with your citation and formatting.
Information Technology Help Desk
Quiet and Collaborative Study Spaces
Mac & PC Desktop Computers
Color & B/W Printers, Copiers, and Scanners
Water Fountains, Vending Machines, and a Keurig Coffee Machine
Where is Lightner Library?
The Lightner Library is located on North Avenue behind Hegeman Hall.
Lightner Library Home Page
Use the library home page to access the online catalog, Find a Journal Title, and other library resources discussed in this LibGuide.
The Harvey A. Andruss Library at Bloomsburg University has also allowed me to adapt information from their LibGuide entitled General Library Research Tutorial for use in this LibGuide.